It's time to air out that drama.  Not necessarily drama you got going on now, but the biggest drama that you've had in your entire life!  Let your drama go and air it out on the show!

TEXT QUESTION OF THE DAY:
At what age did you have the most DRAMA in your life … so far?  AND … what was the drama?

  • #TQOTD I had the most drama between the ages of 13 and 15. I made some horrible choices as to who I hung out with and their influence rubbed off on me. It totally bit me in the butt and I had to learn the hard way
  • #TQOTD  My 20s! At least they're more than half over. It's mostly family drama. Now that I'm older I get to know all the family secrets and family drama
  • TQOTD....ANONYMOUS!! Right now. This year. My 36/37 age. That's all I can say right now....
  • "the eagle has landed". I can't say anymore. Age can change a person, no joke. Don't make huge life choices when you are really young.
  • my drama was 48 which is this year my mom was diagnosed with cancer and she died August 12 and since then I lost my grandbaby now my mother-in-law and my stepmother of them all with in six months....and now the father of my son and my ex husband is bleeding in his brain and currently in the hospital so I'm about done with all this drama.
  • Between the age of 20 and 49 for the years of my most drama due to marriage family kids thank God it’s finally a good place to be
  • The last year has been the most drama. My uncle's died. My family and some family friends are fighting over things just to cause hoatic in the household and my brother falling off the wagon on being sober.
  • for the text question of the day the years that I had the most drama was my late twenties to my late 30s my grandmother actually passed away 13 months after my daughter was born and she was my rock and my best friend after my grandmother passed away my life just spiraled out of control I did things I wasn't proud of I made my mistakes I own up to my mistakes though and I have an amazing man in my life that helped me see that but I am a good person and I do have a good heart and soul and he made that he actually made me see that I needed to go back to school and become a medical assistant or a nurse so I went to Ross Medical Education Center and graduated in December of 2018 and at 43 years old and and I am now working as a registered medical assistant and I absolutely love my life I'm not sorry for the that I spiraled out of control at times but I am sorry for the mistakes that I made because it made me a better person
  • Want to say my most drama was when I was 23 almost 24 and I just got divorced. About 6 months after that I just turned 24 and I tried to commit suicide.... Good thing by that we finally found out what was wrong with me. So good did come out of it.
  • TQOTD: I was 17-18 when I had the most drama in my life. I had just changed schools, my mom was getting into fights everyday with my adoptive siblings, and my parents were going through a divorce. So much was going on that I didn't know what to do besides hiding in my room so everything in the world would just let life go right past me.
  • Goodness... probably now and I'm 30. Hoping it goes away soon.
  • Late 20s. I was in an abusive, cheating relationship. It changed me.
  • 41 ended long engagement, stalked for 9 months, window peeker.
  • The last 2 yrs of my life....and I'm 45....it is ABSOLUTELY RIDICULOUS...never ever had this kinda Drama in high school or 20's....I'd love to elaborate but I'm sure someone would see and make it 1000× Worse...Such BS...
  • The last 6 years. I was diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis and it's been a challenge to find the right medications. Some may relieve the symptoms, but completely ruin my immune system and others barely touch the ra pain. It's affected my work, social life, etc. People don't see the RA. I may look perfectly fine on the outside, but my insides are screaming in pain. I wouldn't wish this on my worst enemy.
  • I would have to say 35ish...lived in Arizona and was dating a woman that wasn’t good for me at all.
  • Right now in my 30's. With my job. The amount of people that cant fully do their jobs. Everytime i bring it up my manager uses the word teamwork. Teamwork means doing your job. Which they aren't.
  • Now....at work omg!!!! Worse than high school
  • Well, I chalk my 30’s up as a learning experience... and most of my 40’s.
  • When I overheard a former boss talking to a coworker about me and all the lies that he believed from my coworkers. Such lies. My coworkers were mad because he promoted me and and started making up stuff about me. I confronted him and he didn’t mess with me again. I chose to leave and get a somewhat drama free job after that.
  • Early 20's for sure. It's was just "friends" running their mouth and spreading awful rumors about me. Due to all that, I had a budding romance that was squashed, I was run out of the local hangout(s), I lost time of people I thought were my friends. I was left alone and depressed and incredibly bullied. I still hear rumors that have popped up from before. Breaks my heart that somebody was so miserable with their life they had to tear down somebody that after trying to get on top, and got on top in their their, down to their level and even lower. Took a long time for me to get back to feeling close to on top of it all. I'm killing it though mostly these days and that person/people are still stuck in their endless cycle and rut.
  • Ooh, this is a good one. Late 20s and meeting my now husband. My husband comes from a VERY conservative family. I had been married before and had two children. His family...had experienced NOTHING. Over the last 11 years we have helped his family work through coming out, infidelity ×'s 2, divorce, immense weight gain...blah, blah blah. So much freaking drama! And they were all worried about me getting married young and having babies with another man. Lol.
  • When I was 34 (currently 37) I tested positive for BRCA1 genetic mutation and decided to have a prophylactic bilateral mastectomy. I never thought in a million years that my choice to prevent cancer and to save my life would result in so much drama within my family. First I was called stupid for having surgery when I wasn’t sick, being told I was playing God along with so many other hurtful words. When you go through something like I did, you see people’s true colors. It definitely opened my eyes and changed how I view others especially those that I thought cared about me.
  • Text message of the day: most drama i ever had was at age 18. Dated a guy who got addicted to oxy, then stole 5000 dollars from me on prom night, then was cheated on. We broke up then i moved away to college all within 6 months
  • 21 to 24, I fell ‘in love’ and got married but he proved to be mentally abusive and a huge liar. But the positive from it is I have two wonderful children from that union and I remarried a great guy who is still around (22 years).
  • My whole childhood, my birth mother had 3 kids, and didn't want a dang thing to do with us unless it was to her advantage.It stopped when I started living on my own at 21.
  • 28 and wedding drama! If I could go back in time, I would have made some adjustments. But regardless, if never affected my day (just heard about some things after it ended)!
  • It was the year 2014, when my paternal grandmother passed away on May 1st, and then my mother passed away on November 16th. My dad lost his mother and his wife in six months, and the day they pronounce my mom legally brain-dead was on my daughter's 6th birthday. To add to all of that, I lost two really good friends to cancer that year as well.
  • Most drama age, 27. Why? Getting divorced.
  • The last 12 years had been pretty full of drama. I work in a grooming salon and I tell you what we are just as bad as beauty salon people.
  • Text question of the day:I had the most drama in my life in my early 20s and let’s be honest it was all about boys it was all boy drama
  • Most drama, when I first met my now husband at 24, he has an ex wife and 4 kids, and she called cps on us for no reason, threatened me all the time and took all my husbands money so I had to support him financially
  • 24 yo - 2012 I got married that year. I had drama with my bridesmaids on my bachelorette party. Had 1 bridesmaid drop out as well as 1 groomsmen. Then my wedding day my sister caused drama because she wanted to be the center of attention. I guess it should have been a sign...because now we're divorced.
  • Age 42-44. In a relationship with a functioning alcoholic and a habitual liar.
  • 19-20. I did I did and then broke up with a guy I thought I was going to marry. Turned out he was gay. So. Much. Drama.
  • Most drama 2012, I was 33. my then husband left for his weekly work trip. He worked out of town Monday through Thursday. He was acting odd before he left to go to Texas. I hired a PI and within 30 minutes found out he was cheating with a co-worker. When he came home I confronted him. He said he only came back to get his clothes and his car then left for Texas again. I never saw him again after that day. We had been together for 10 years married for 5.
  • #tqotd all my drama is right now I just turned 35 yesterday and for starters I work with way too many millennials who will run up front and cry if they have to work like seriously get to work lil britches and to put a cherry on it all my sister in law who also acts like a spoiled lil britch told us last month she can't stand me cause we split family holidays!!! Like really are you frogging kidding me and have the nerve to say I'm keeping her from her family shut the front door you have to split time with both family's duh!!! What a stuck up britche #byefelicia #internsteve #ohyeahitsdoug
  • I have the most drama in my life right now!! My coworker loves acting like she's in middle school. Likes to play the victim. Well guess what Joyce your lazy and good for nothing. Nobody would notice if you were gone. #TQOTD
  • I had the most drama from 18-21ish. My parents got divorced, dad married his mistress a month after the divorce. My mom decided she wanted to be a teenager again. It was a good time. Anywho- side note to the bride with the dramatic groomsmen... tell them to quit their crabbing. At least they get to keep their wedding apparel! Usually you flush $200 down the drain on a one time tux rental OR they can trade places with the bridesmaids!   Signed- I've been in 12 weddings in 7 years (thankfully I'm married)
  • 35 to 40 Dating Beautiful Cuban chic. Never done drugs, but imagine she was the likes of crack cocaine.  Ya know its messing your life up and ya can't get enough and your beyond miserable at the same time. WOW what a ride... When she was ON she was like crack cocaine, if you flipped her switch which might be the boots I wore or the way a shaved/style the side burns... total Jackal & Hyde!
  • Also, most drama #tqotd would be all amounts, 6yo-19yo and 22yo. Free first is my parents free (living in 3 seperate houses not fun not to mention the bickering) and cons being my wedding /my grandma passing away and the subsequent suckfest with my fam.
  • I'd have to say it was when my new wife Sharron died. Eight months n kidney cancer took her away from me. I'm not grieving anymore, but I've missed her many times when I'm bummed out about life. She always knew what to do.
  • 25 my life was a country song I got fired I had to put my dog down and my wife left me.