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177 Best No Drama Quotes And Sayings (2023)

1. If there's not drama and negativity in my life, all my songs will be really wack and boring or something. - Author: Eminem


2. Oh, come on. Drama is just life with the dull bits cut out."


3. “To be able to say “I love you”, one has to be able to say “I” ― Ayn Rand


4. “Love means never having to say you’re sorry.” ― Erich Segal


5. “Truth in drama is forever elusive. You never quite find it, but the search for it is compulsive. The search is clearly what drives the endeavour. The search is your task.” -Harold Pinter


6. “Don’t waste time on what’s not important. Don’t get sucked into the drama.” -Allegra Huston


7. “When it’s sunny, why not spend some time dressing up and go out to have a walk!” ― Tachibana Higuchi


8. Parents should be mindful of their own emotional reactions when disciplining their children. It is important to remain calm, consistent, and in control when disciplining a child.


9. “Those who truly know, know those who don’t, will learn if they ask” ― Rose Blue


10. “We get trapped in power struggles. When our kids feel backed into a corner, they instinctually fight back or totally shut down. So avoid the trap. Consider giving your child an out: “Would you like to get a drink first, and then we’ll pick up the toys?” Or negotiate: “Let’s see if we can figure out a way for both of us to get what we need.” (Obviously, there are some non-negotiables, but negotiation isn’t a sign of weakness; it’s a sign of respect for your child and her desires.) You can even ask your child for help: “Do you have any suggestions?” You might be shocked to find out how much your child is willing to bend in order to bring about a peaceful resolution to the standoff.”


11. “We now know that the way to help a child develop optimally is to help create connections in her brain—her whole brain—that develop skills that lead to better relationships, better mental health, and more meaningful lives. You could call it brain sculpting, or brain nourishing, or brain building. Whatever phrase you prefer, the point is crucial, and thrilling: as a result of the words we use and the actions we take, children’s brains will actually change, and be built, as they undergo new experiences.”


12. “I had liked him for all the wrong reasons.” ― Wendelin Van Draanen


13. “I can’t go on, I’ll go on.” ― Samuel Beckett


14. “I only have time for you, not your drama” ― Ibrahim Hanif


15. “That might mean giving a warning five minutes before having to leave the park, or enforcing a consistent bedtime so your kids don’t get too tired and grumpy.”


16. Connecting with children is essential for effective discipline. Spending time with children and building relationships with them helps them understand why they are being disciplined and why it’s important to behave.


17. “A day wasted on others is not wasted on one’s self.” ― Charles Dickens


18. “As scientists put it, the brain is plastic, or moldable. Yes, the actual physical architecture of the brain changes based on what happens to us.”


19. “To us, family means putting your arms around each other and being there.” – Barbara Bush


20. “The family is a haven in a heartless world.” – Christopher Lasch


21. This is a massive world, I think, and in each centimeter of it, a different drama unfolds every second of the day. But we live on as if the next moment in our lives will be no different than the last. How foolish we all are. - Author: Mahbod Seraji


22. It's strange, the lack of emotion, the absence of drama in reality. When things happen in real life, extraordinary things, there's no music, there's no dah-dah-daaahhs. There's no close-ups. No dramatic camera angles. Nothing happens. Nothing stops, the rest of the world goes on. - Author: Kevin Brooks


23. Perhaps all romance is like that; not a contract between equal parties but an explosion of dreams and desires that can find no outlet in everyday life. Only a drama will do and while the fireworks last the sky is a different colour. - Author: Jeanette Winterson


24. “I found peace of mind when I walked away from small fights not worth fighting. I stopped fighting for people who gossiped about me.” –Dana Arcuri


25. “If only people put as much energy into helping people as they do into creating drama.” ― Akiroq Brost


26. There is a voice in my head that is only silenced by the scratching of my pen - Author: Jessica-Lynn Barbour


27. In life one rarely knows which remarks of the hundreds uttered in the course of a day will turn out to be auspicious. In fiction, foreshadowing is planted and flagged in some (hopefully or desperately) subtle way, drama demands it. - Author: Delia Ephron


28. “Every one of us is a minor tragedy. Most of us learn to cope.” ― Elizabeth Bear


29. “it’s misguided to assume that just because his son could handle himself well in one moment, he’d always be able to do so. And that when his son didn’t manage his feelings and behaviors, it wasn’t evidence that he was spoiled and needed stricter discipline. Rather, he needed understanding and help, and through emotional connection and setting limits, the father could increase and expand his son’s capacity. The truth is that for all of us, our capacity fluctuates given our state of mind and state of body, and these states are influenced by so many factors—especially in the case of a developing brain in a developing child.”


30. “Save the drama for the queens. Stand alone be a wolf, a rebel, a warrior, a savage, a badass. Be anything but a damn drama queen!” ― Melody Lee


31. Now I'd like someone to tell me there is no drama in real life! - Author: Alexandre Dumas


32. “You don’t have to get stuck in a negative experience. You don’t have to be a victim to external events, or internal emotions. You can use your mind to take charge of how you feel, and how you act.”


33. “brain imaging studies show that the experience of physical pain and the experience of relational pain, like rejection, look very similar in terms of location of brain activity.”


34. My entire life has been one big, fat whopper of a lie, and my parents betrayed me in the worst possible way.


35. “What if two people want to be your partner, then what?” ― Emily Giffin


36. “So many people prefer to live in drama because it’s comfortable.” -Ellen DeGeneres


37. “Don’t feed the drama monster. It’s insatiable and has no friends.” ― Donna Goddard


38. It is not the job of writers to life our spirits. Books simply do what they do. They sometimes confirm the capricious drama of a childhood living room. When you think that you are in the grace of a dance you come upon something hard. - Author: Dionne Brand


39. Discipline should be about teaching, not punishing. Children need to be taught skills and strategies for managing their own behavior.


40. “There ought to be a law that allows eavesdroppers to sue.” ― Gill McKnight


41. “There's no drama like wrestling.”


42. “If your blade were as sharp as your tongue, you’d have sliced my through years ago.” ― Erica Goros


43. “Don’t waste words on people who deserve your silence. Sometimes the most powerful thing you can say is nothing at all.” – Mandy Hale


44. “Sherlock Holmes: the Arthur Conan Doyle character who declared, “It is a capital mistake to theorize before one has data. Insensibly one begins to twist facts to suit theories, instead of theories to suit facts.”


45. “People don’t want their lives fixed. Nobody wants their problems solved. Their dramas. their distractions. Their stories resolved. Their messes cleaned up. Because what would they have left? Just the big scary unknown.” ― Chuck Palahniuk


46. “I want to be pampered and spoiled silly. No stress, no drama, no lies, no games, just peace, love and serenity.” – Toni Payne


47. “Part of truly loving our kids, and giving them what they need, means offering them clear and consistent boundaries, creating predictable structure in their lives, as well as having high expectations for them.”


48. “I'm all out of midnight phone calls and flowers sent to your door. I'm out of throwing letters off fire escapes and drawing a cathedral in the sand. I'm out of spray-painting your name on freeway overpasses. I'm low on cute names given between blankets at 9am. I've got no dramatic displays of public affection left. And now everyone else I ever love is going to think me boring. Because I used it all up on you. ”


49. Discipline is not about punishing children for their mistakes, but about teaching them self-control. Discipline should be used to help children learn to manage their own behavior and enhance their self-esteem.


50. “When your children are feeling upset, a loving touch can calm things down and help you connect, even during moments of high stress.”


51. “People love scandal; people love drama. They love stripping away the layers to see what’s really in there, and they’ll do anything – as well as make it up – to get it.” – Julia Roberts


52. “You are enough to drive a saint to madness or a king to his knees.” ― Grace Willows


53. “Every true genius is bound to be naive.” ― Friedrich Schiller


54. “Free yourself from the complexities and drama of your life. Simplify. Look within. Within ourselves we all have the gifts and talents we need to fulfill the purpose we’ve been blessed with.” ― Steve Maraboli


55. “Everything they see, hear, feel, touch, or even smell impacts their brain and thus influences the way they view and interact with their world—including their family, neighbors, strangers, friends, classmates, and even themselves.”


56. “How perfectly evil spirit and beauty can combine in one person, harmonically supplementing each other.” ― Igor Eliseev


57. Life is a wave of love for a lover, a gift for a giver, a drama for an actor, and a canvas for a painter. - Author: Debasish Mridha


58. “I will break your heart over a fucking library card.” ― Patrick Rothfuss


59. “Curiosity is the cornerstone of effective discipline.”


60. Her heart was finished. It bore, perhaps, records of life, but it wasn't alive. Too late for decoration. Too late for effects. Further handling could only result in cracks and fractures. People could cut themselves on the edgesof her heart, she was sure of it. - Author: Stephanie Kallos


61. I had a dream about you last night.


62. “I don’t think anyone has a normal family.” – Edward Furlong


63. “The secret of a happy home life is that members of the family learn to give and receive love.” – Billy Graham


64. “Pay no attention to toxic words. What people say is often a reflection of themselves, not you.” ― Christian Baloga


65. The worst thing that you can do for yourself is to sit back and do nothing. You're stronger than you realize. - Author: Yasmin Shiraz


66. “Having neurons wire together can be a good thing. A positive experience with a math teacher can lead to neural connections that link math with pleasure, accomplishment, and feeling good about yourself as a student. But the opposite is equally true. Negative experiences with a harsh instructor or a timed test and the anxiety that accompanies it can form connections in the brain that create a serious obstacle to the enjoyment not only of math and numbers, but exams and even school in general.”


67. “The other girl, Iko, cupped her chin with both hands. “This is so much better than a net drama.” ― Marissa Meyer


68. It is worthy of note that killing oneself and killing someone is not the same. For the former, one should lose one's faith, for the latter, one should never have any. - Author: Igor Eliseev


69. “The whole world can become the enemy when you lose what you love.” ― Kristina McMorris


70. “No I’m not a dream, I’m your worst nightmare” ― C.T. Todd


71. “There is no drama like the drama on the athletic field.” Phil Knight


72. “I will not allow anyone to walk in my mind with dirty feet.” – Mahatma Gandhi


73. Music is such an important element in creating the drama that a runway show needs in order to be memorable and to make the clothes come to life. - Author: Mia Moretti


74. “The absence of limits and boundaries is actually quite stressful, and stressed kids are more reactive.”


75. “Drama starts where logic ends.” -Ram Charan


76. “Many parents these days, however, are learning that discipline will be much more respectful—and, yes, effective—if they initiate a collaborative, reciprocal, bidirectional dialogue, rather than delivering a monologue.”


77. It's inspiration that counts, not the drill. - Author: Hugo Ball


78. “Conflict is drama, and how people deal with conflict shows you the kind of people they are.” -Stephen Moyer


79. It's not some big event that creates the drama, it's the little things of everyday life that bring about that drama. - Author: Asghar Farhadi


80. “Work hard, have fun, no drama”


81. “When you don’t know where you’re going, you drive on the highway.” ― Roger Hedden


82. I think that no matter how much you don't like yourself or the drama of your life you can still find some comedy in it. - Author: Tommy Lee Jones


83. “Say yes to the feelings, even as you say no to the behavior.”


84. “Nature is full of drama.” -Jacques Perrin


85. “You can’t save others from themselves because those who make a perpetual muddle of their lives don’t appreciate your interfering with the drama they’ve created. They want your poor-sweet-baby sympathy, but they don’t want to change.” ― Sue Grafton


86. “Taking on too much of other people’s drama is just a poor excuse for not taking ownership and control over your own life.” ― José N. Harris


87. “I learned to keep my eyes open and my mouth shut.” ― Gary Heiden


88. “I was born when she kissed me. I died when she left me. I lived a few weeks while she loved me.” ― Humphrey Bogart


89. “All the world’s a stage and most of us are desperately unrehearsed.” – Sean O’Casey


90. .. is like theater, there's stage sets, there's drama, there's play acting and you watch the show. And now, boy, everything's just become so serious. And you sit at the counter and the chef comes out and tells you what he did to the Brussels sprouts leaves and no, there's not a lot of dancing.


91. “It always turns out this way: at first people idolize you, swear to be your faithful friend forever and then spit in your tea and in your soul, too.” ― Igor Eliseev


92. “If there’s not drama and negativity in my life, all my songs will be really wack and boring or something.” – Eminem


93. That's what life is, it's the small struggles. You walk down the street for half an hour, you see half an hour of drama. You don't need convoluted plot lines. You don't need long-lost brothers. You don't need it's set on the future; it's set on the moon. - Author: Ricky Gervais


94. “I just wanted to tell you that I understand if you go. It’s okay if you have to leave us. It’s okay if you want to stop fighting.” ― Gayle Forman


95. Mom ... In my next life I have to be your son again. Then, I will definitely be a kind-hearted son that you love I love you, mom. I love you, mom. There has never been a moment that thoughts of you left my mind. Mom. That you gave birth to me. Thank you. - Author: Kang Min-hyuk


96. “You leave home to seek your fortune and, when you get it, you go home and share it with your family.” – Anita Baker


97. It was a relief to inhabit someone else's life for a while, to get her personal issues for a brief respite. In a play, she knew exactly how all her character's problems would be resolved. No matter how the cast performed, the end turned out the same. No questions, no worries, no unknowns. - Author: Alexandra Robbins


98. “Remember, there are plenty of ways to spoil children—by giving them too many things, by rescuing them from every challenge, by never allowing them to deal with defeat and disappointment—but we can never spoil them by giving them too much of our love and attention. That’s what the connection”


99. “It took me years to figure out that upset was upset, and tumultuousness was not the same thing as passion. Love isn’t drama.” ― Deb Caletti


100. “No drama, we had agreed. No broken hearts. No crying in our cars. No radio silence where once we had exchanged hilarious daily text messages.”


101. “There are people who break you down by just being them. They need not do anything. Dissociate.” ― Malebo Sephodi


102. “Effective discipline means that we’re not only stopping a bad behavior or promoting a good one, but also teaching skills and nurturing the connections in our children’s brains that will help them make better decisions and handle themselves well in the future.”


103. “Family is not an important thing, it’s everything.” – Michael J. Fox


104. “The drama of life begins with a wail and ends with a sigh.” -Minna Antrim


105. “A man that raises a large family does, indeed, while he lives to observe them, stand a broader mark for sorrow; but then he stands a broader mark for pleasure too.” – Benjamin Franklin


106. I don't want no drama in my life, even though we have a little bit, but no more letting people control you. That's drama, because then you become something that you're not. - Author: Mary J. Blige


107. “Isn’t it kind of silly to think that tearing someone else down builds you up?” ― Sean Covey


108. “They need to know what our expectations are, and how we will respond if they break (or even bend) agreed-upon rules.”


109. There was no escaping what I had become, the nothing girl...again. - Author: Aubrey Moore


110. Everybody has a public life, and they have their own private life. Everybody has their secrets. Everybody has their own private, you know, agonies as well as joys. And that's what great drama, whether it's the movies or the theater, that's what it shows. - Author: Annette Bening


111. “Anger precedes hate, while love vicariously hangs in the balance.” ― Lorraine Gokul


112. “When you surround yourself with dramatic people, your life will be driven by drama instead of destiny.” ― Gift Gugu Mona


113. Positive reinforcement is a powerful tool for teaching children how to behave. Using positive reinforcement reinforces desired behavior and encourages children to repeat positive behaviors in the future.


114. “She had no tolerance for scenes which were not of her own making.” ― Edith Wharton


115. “Pay attention… When a person is gossiping, you are learning more about them and their character than anything they are gossiping about.” ― Steve Maraboli


116. “There’s no question about it: consistency is crucial when it comes to raising and disciplining our children.”


117. “Never annoy an inspirational author or you will become the poison in her pen and the villain in every one of her books.” ― Shannon L. Alder


118. Myths remind us of the symbolic presence within all the lost-and-found adventures that alone can give life meaning. Losing touch with the world of myth means losing the sense that life is deeply meaningful, full of meanings trying to be revealed at each twist and turn in the ongoing drama. - Author: Michael Meade


119. “We want our kids to expect that their needs can be understood and consistently met. But we don’t want our kids to expect that their desires and whims will always be met.”


120. “I saw myself driving through eternity in a timeless taxi.” ― K. Mansfield


121. “Real life is messy, and drama is a shaped version of real life.” – Simon Beaufoy


122. “You don’t need everyone to like you, just the right one(s)!” ― LaTonya “Tee” Johnson


123. It wasn't like I ever said, 'I want to be an actor.' I was in the right place at the right time. I went to a local drama group because I found football on the weekends too cold - which is highly ironic because I've had some of the coldest experiences of my life filming 'Game of Thrones.' - Author: Isaac Hempstead-Wright


124. “Toxic people will pollute everything around them. Don’t hesitate. Fumigate.” ― Mandy Hale


125. “I’m too angry to have a helpful conversation right now, so I’m going to take some time to calm down, and then we’ll talk in a bit.”


126. “Perhaps passing through the gates of death is like passing quietly through the gate in a pasture fence. On the other side, you keep walking, without the need to look back. No shock, no drama, just the lifting of a plank or two in a simple wooden gate in a clearing. Neither pain, nor floods of light, nor great voices, but just the silent crossing of a meadow” – Mark Helprin


127. “If you live a long life and get to the end of it without ever once having felt crushingly depressed, then you probably haven’t been paying attention.” ― Duncan MacMillan


128. “Like arsenic, toxic people will slowly kill you. They kill your positive spirit and play with your mind and emotions. The only cure is to let them go.” —Dennisse Lisseth


129. “Connection means that we give our kids our attention, that we respect them enough to listen to them, that we value their contribution to problem solving, and that we communicate to them that we’re on their side—whether we like the way they’re acting or not.”


130. Our life is managed from behind the scenes: we are actors in dramas that we cannot interpret. Of almost no decisive event can we say: this was our own choosing. We happen upon careers, necessity pushing, blind inclination pulling. If we stop to think we are amazed that we should be what we are. - Author: Walter Lippmann


131. The stage on which we play our little dramas of life and love has for most of us but one setting. - Author: Mary Roberts Rinehart


132. “Because at some point you have to realize that some people can stay in your heart but not in your life.” —Sandi Lynn


133. .. then love will come when you meet again... Just like the game of hide and seek, no matter where it hides or even if you can't see it... He must be there waiting somewhere for me...Amid the countless chaos... Just like the sincerest prayers... two people in love will surely meet again.


134. “No drama, however great, is entirely independent of the stage on which it is given.”


135. “Preparation time is necessary for your growth. Trust and believe everything you're going through is preparing you for some request you put out into the Universe.”


136. “The human mind is a dramatic structure in itself and our society is absolutely saturated with drama.” -Edward Bond


137. “Other recent studies demonstrate that children who are taught to read music and play the keyboard undergo significant changes in their brain and have an advanced capacity for what’s called “spatial sensorimotor mapping.”


138. “Don’t hate the game, hate the player… the player should have known better than to play the game in the first place.” ― Nyki Mack


139. “Engage, don’t enrage.”


140. “Don’t let negative and toxic people rent space in your head. Raise the rent and kick them out.” — Robert Tew


141. “Letting go of toxic people in your life is a big step in loving yourself.” —Hussein Nishah


142. Peepo Choo is avant-garde! ... It is both comedy and drama! It is both the wildest fiction and the most sobering reality! It's about love and hate! About passion! About being human! It's about life!!! - Author: Felipe Smith


143. “For example, one of the most powerful ways we connect with our children is simply by physically touching them.”


144. “Drama is life with the dull bits cut out.” -Alfred Hitchcock


145. “She was a ray of sunshine, a warm summer rain, a bright fire on a cold winter’s day, and now she could be dead because she had tried to save the man she loved.” ― Grace Willows


146. “The ode lives upon the ideal, the epic upon the grandiose, the drama upon the real.” -Victor Hugo


147. “No more games, no more drama. When you wanna be real gimme a hello.” ― Nitya Prakash


148. God makes no mistakes. In all our trials and dramas there are lessons. Life is not a playground but a classroom. Our journey through life provides the course work and the tests needed for our education and development. - Author: Susan L. Taylor


149. Shakespeare's plays often turn on the idea of fate, as much drama does. What makes them so tragic is the gap between what his characters might like to accomplish and what fate provides them. - Author: Nate Silver


150. When I first met you, you were just an annoying novice nurse. But I found out that you saved my life and now you're my little sister. Isn't it funny. - Author: Kim Young-kwang


151. “Children need to understand the way the world works: what’s permissible and what’s not.”


152. “Stop letting people who do so little for you control so much of your mind, feelings, and emotions.” — Will Smith


153. ..doesn't exist in this world. If your hearts not content, no matter how much you put in the sack, it's never enough.


154. You don't necessarily need a script or actors to tell a compelling tale. Finding a person at a key moment in his life and rendering the truth as you see it - that's the truest form of drama. - Author: D. A. Pennebaker


155. “I never travel without my diary. One should always have something sensational to read in the train.” ― Oscar Wilde


156. I think that it's important for every single person, no matter what they do in life, to participate in the well-being of humanity and the planet. Don't let a year go by knowing you didn't make an effort to do something - no matter how small - outside your own problems and drama. - Author: Salma Hayek


157. “Reduce words Embrace emotions Describe, don’t preach Involve your child in the discipline Reframe a no into a conditional yes Emphasize the positive Creatively approach the situation Teach mindsight tools”


158. “Maybe the consequences of someone’s unreason can be remedied only with new unreason?” ― Igor Eliseev


159. “Just because some people are fueled by drama doesn’t mean you have to attend the performance.” ― Cheryl Richardson


160. “Imagine the last time you felt really sad or angry or upset. How would it have felt if someone you love told you, “You need to calm down,” or “It’s not that big a deal”? Or what if you were told to “go be by yourself until you’re calm and ready to be nice and happy”? These responses would feel awful, wouldn’t they? Yet these are the kinds of things we tell our kids all the time. When we do, we actually increase their internal distress, leading to more acting out, not less.”


161. Great drama is great questions or it is nothing but technique. I could not imagine a theater worth my time that did not want to change the world. - Author: Arthur Miller


162. “For a child or an adult, it’s extremely powerful to hear someone say, “I get you. I understand. I see why you feel this way.” This kind of empathy disarms us.”


163. “Never trust a pretty girl with an ugly secret.” ― Sara Shepard


164. “Perhaps passing through the gates of death is like passing quietly through the gate in a pasture fence. On the other side, you keep walking, without the need to look back. No shock, no drama, just the lifting of a plank or two in a simple wooden gate in a clearing. Neither pain, nor floods of light, nor great voices, but just the silent crossing of a meadow.”


165. I've lived this very dramatic life, with high points and terrible low points. Nothing has been ordinary, and I want to have the experience of the last breath. I want a little drama to it. - Author: Dominick Dunne


166. “My life is full of drama, and I don’t have time to worry about something as petty as what I look like.” – Adele


167. I look at this life as a puzzle without all the pieces in the box. - Author: Jonathan Anthony Burkett


168. “A family is a risky venture, because the greater the love, the greater the loss… that’s the trade-off. But I’ll take it all.” – Brad Pitt


169. “I am not interested in living in a city where there isn’t a production by Samuel Beckett running.” ― Edward Albee


170. “There is a voice in my head that is only silenced by the scratching of my pen” ― Jessica-Lynn Barbour


171. “Family quarrels are bitter things. They don’t go according to any rules. They’re not like aches or wounds, they’re more like splits in the skin that won’t heal because there’s not enough material.” – F. Scott Fitzgerald


172. “Perhaps passing through the gates of death is like passing quietly through the gate in a pasture fence. On the other side, you keep walking, without the need to look back. No shock, no drama, just the lifting of a plank or two in a simple wooden gate in a clearing. Neither pain, nor floods of light, nor great voices, but just the silent crossing of a meadow.” – Mark Helprin


173. “There is no drama so great as that of a teenage girl,” ... “Except yours.”


174. “Every thing’s for sale out here. Anything you want. About the only thing you can’t buy is my dignity and self-respect, cause those were the first to go. And I gave them away for free.” ― Darlene Susan Girard


175. “If you’re going to give me something, give me something I’ll miss.” ― Darlene Susan Girard


176. “One of the greatest things drama can do, at it’s best, is to redefine the words we use every day such as love, home, family, loyalty and envy. Tragedy need not be a downer.” – Ben Kingsley


177. “If there really is such a thing as turning in one’s grave, Shakespeare must get a lot of exercise.” ― George Orwell


178. “Dear me, whatever shall we do with mother?” ― James Goldman

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