Let’s look it up: Melodramatic, “….characterized by exaggerated emotions, stereotypical characters, and interpersonal conflicts.” – Answers.com. Basically similar to the definition for drama except with the added word “exaggerated” and some other negative adjectives. Of course, where we cross from “natural” to “exaggerated” is going to differ for everyone. My take on it can be gleaned from this:Read more
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