Postdramatic stress disorder (PDSD) – Because drama creates drama!

‘Please note, the below content has been plagiarized from the first 2 paragraphs of The author has manipulated it a bit, with the sole intention of bringing a slight smile to the reader’s face and nothing more. Posttraumatic stress disorder is a serious disorder and this blog in no way diminishes its effects and its patients. If your soul permits, then read on…’ – @seethingsage

A graphic description of how PDSD affects you.

Postdramatic stress disorder (PDSD) may develop after a person is exposed to one or more dramatic events, such as fights with spouse which you are hell bent on winning, lying to boss or co-worker through theatrics that ensure immediate survival or caught doing something bad and resorting to over the top drama to look righteous.

The diagnosis may be given when a group of symptoms, such as constantly looking over your shoulder, creating additional drama to match the existing drama, disturbing recurring flashbacks of the lie you told to save your skin, avoidance or numbing of memories of the event by binging on food, liquor or nicotine, and hyper arousal, especially in case of couples where the rejection comes with the statement, ‘you think sex is the answer for everything’!

Most people who have experienced a dramatic event will not develop PDSD. People who indulge in high octane drama with over the top gestures and creation of hypothetical situations, like lying in the face of inevitability or arguing with your spouse on debates that they are likely to lose even after extreme theatrics are more likely to develop PDSD, as opposed to people who rely on truth, calmness and who have courage to face the music. Children are less likely to experience PDSD after drama than adults, especially if they are cute and cuddly. Spouses who believe in having an upper hand in arguments and employees with bosses imported from hell are commonly at risk for PDSD.

If you think you or someone you know is suffering from PDSD, please tell them not took take it lightly and if possible, “Stop confusing drama with happiness, jubilation or excitement!”

Issued in humorous intent @seethingsage


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