Sunday, June 14, 2015



Is the Drama Draining You? Here's A Few Tips

(Excerpted From Guest Post on

As social beings, sooner or later we will be exposed to, and possibly subjected to the drama of other people. When we can maintain our social awareness, we can avoid this pitfall of societal interaction by detaching ourselves with compassion. Compassionate Detachment, often known as non-attachment, is a skill that helps us in our interactions by acting as a buffer between empathy and communicative awareness. This skill helps us to protect ourselves from being drawn into the energy drain of drama and preserves our affability.

Have you ever noticed how you can be engaged in conversation with a friend or two, laughing, talking, and having a good time; your vibe is very positive basking in the joy of the energy of your friends and then, out of nowhere, another person enters the conversation and the vibe suddenly changes? The new person to the conversation begins to speak ill of his or her job, family, mutual friends, love life, or something else that brings a dark cloud to your bright and sunny day. The next thing you know, the entire group of people is engaging in rumors, slander, and total drama. There is always one in every crowd. You can avoid this happening by practicing a non-attachment approach.

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Joe Vulgamore is a Life Coach, Certified Hypnotherapist and NLP Practitioner as well as a Personal Development Author and Speaker. He works with people who are struggling with limiting beliefs, core values, and goal setting to sharpen their edge, perform at optimum levels, and achieve excellence. He has a proven track record of helping thousands of people from over 14 countries, across 5 continents, to make life-transformations through one-to-one coaching and workshops.

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