I've always struggled with how to deal with dialogue between characters in my stories. How much is too much, and how much is too little etc. Sometimes I'm writing and I have to throw in a large section of dialogue because it just needs it, but then I end up putting too much that it seems to interrupt the flow of the story a little bit, but without the dialogue, I can't seem to figure another way to express what the character is saying. Sometimes I'll do something like this Instead of "Get out of the way!" yelled Bob, I'll instead write Bob yelled for her to get out of the way. To me, the former has more oompf in the way of helping the reader to experience the story, but I sometimes use the latter to help reduce the amount of actual dialogue. How do you other writer's handle dialogue in a story? Is there any good rule of thumbs I should keep in mind, or am I needlessly worrying and should just go ahead and throw in as much as I want within reason?