The Blame Game

Whether it's a relationship, friendship, or family squabbles we play the blame game at times, no one wants to back down and no one wants to admit that they are wrong.


In a relationship, the blame game will not work it won't take you or the relationship anywhere all it will cause is endless arguments, tension, hurt feelings and maybe even lead to a break up because of your ego. It takes too persons to start an argument and it takes them both to solve it, sometimes you may even add fire to an already lit fire and that's where the chaos starts and the blaming begins, stop the petty arguments and be adults about situations that arise.

Admit when your wrong, own up to your mistakes instead of blaming it on others, everyone has their flaws no one is perfect but admit when your wrong and accept when your wrong, learn from your mistake and move on.

Don't blame others for your attitudes, when you know it's something you need to work on and change.
What I realize now a days is when someone in a relationship cheats they blame the other person that it's their fault, I mean how is it the persons fault they didn't send you to cheat it was your body and head and Lusting that made you do it , no matter what's going on in the relationship whether you’re going through a rough patch or not that doesn't give you the right to cheat then blame the other person for it. If you loved that person you wouldn't have done it in the first place.

It's a new year turn a new leaf and start doing things better in your life you haven't already , don't blame others for your mistakes in your life or the things that happen in your life instead take responsibility for your actions and do things the right way.


Have you ever experienced the blame game before?

                                     


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18 comments:

  1. Wish a lot of people could read this. This blame and pride is costing people so much in relationship Where as a simple 'I'm sorry' would suffice when they know they are at wrong. Thanks for sharing Kerona.

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    1. so so true!!, i do hope others will see it and take it into consideration

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  3. It is so true!!
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  4. There is always a way to explain yourself without making the other person feel guilty, but sometimes it's hard. Great post.

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    1. yes thats true, at the same time if the other person feels guilty thats on their conscience

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  5. Stunning post dear, always a pleasure to read.
    Happy new year!
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  6. I love reading and writing relationship posts I always find them so interesting, I think communication is a big thing that makes relationships goes wrong these days, and mis-communication and not owning up to things, I think guys tend to blame the girls for their mistakes and find it hard to just own up

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  7. Beautifully written. I totally agree on you, It is difficult to admit that you are wrong and also saying sorry..
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    1. thank you, so true, but its best to admit than regret i the end that you didnt

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  8. Thanks a lot :D

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