Regardless of where you live or work, at some time in your life you’ll find yourself surrounded by drama. You may not have created this drama or know the details involved, but somehow you find yourself being part of it. Most of drama isn’t serious or particularly worrisome, but it is an energy drain. According to psychologist Dr. Eric Berne, people assume different “roles” in psychological social games to achieve social benefits. Dr. Berne explains there are three major roles
The last thing anyone will admit to wanting is drama in their life, yet most relationships have drama at one time or another. When you’re dating it’s the “games” couples feel compelled to play, so they don’t “scare” the other person away. So instead you play along and wait a day or two to text when you’d rather text back as soon as you get home, or you tell them you’re busy so they won’t think you’re desperate and alone. This game playing or “chase” doesn't end after dating.