Our expert says:
Presumably you did not CHOOSE to be in a relationship with a Drama Queen, but discovered her drama quennness after it had begun ? Either you enjoy all thehigh drama, neediness, wild exaggerations and acting out, in which case - stay there and the best of luck ! OR you find it increasingly unbearable, and need to leave. There is no way to leave a DQ without her creating high drama about it. You can at best try to be gentle but firm ( the more she feels you're open to manipulation, the harder whe will manipulate ), and just go and stay gone.
I strongly agree with Nia that there were really good reasons for the older patterns in every culture known to man but ours, of a long courtship period before getting into living together, intimacy and committments one would soon regret. ALWAYS get to know someone really well before getting into a formal relationship with them. LKING must come before love or lust,l or the whole thing ends in tears
And, as Nia says, do NOT expect her to improve after marriage - the behaviour petterns will only get even more entrenched.
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