Why We Blame Others and How to Stop

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Why We Blame Others and How to Stop
It is Time to Stop Blaming

How many of us, as soon as something bad happens, go to blame someone else?

Brene Brown says she’d rather it be her fault than no one’s fault, “because when it’s my fault I have some semblance of control”.

Blame is simply the discharging of discomfort and pain. It has an inverse relationship with accountability. Accountability is by definition a vulnerable process.

People who blame a lot seldom have the tenacity and grit to hold people accountable because they have spent their energy raging and blaming.

Wisdom from inspirational writer, thinker and researcher, Brene Brown, on why it’s time to stop blaming.

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