Fault and Responsibility vs. Blame

When you or someone you love has been hurt by another, blaming is often the first reaction. But it is not helpful or accurate.

Summary

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Blaming is an attitude that fosters victimhood, anger and more. Fault is a fact.

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People are twisted by fear and pain.

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Solution: fix the fear and pain and replace the lies with the truth.

What You Can Do Now

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