the blame game
Dr. Wayne Dyer said this and he was absolutely right! It's easy to shift the blame for something that didn't go the way we wanted it to, to another person, place or thing. In fact, it may even be therapeutic if it relieves the pressure and then allows you to think things through in the short term. But regardless where you place the blame, in the long run, it will never change you or the circumstances that surrounded what took place. Yes, sometimes things happen to us from outside sources that are out of our control - or are they? We all have free will, why then did we put ourselves in a position to be affected by what happened? Stop blaming others for where you are in your life and start living it, accepting full responsibility for what happens. The good and the not so good. Be a Victor of life not a Victim. Put blame where it belongs - in the rear view mirror.
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Mike Arend is an author, coach, and speaker that specializes in helping others become their greatest versions.