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Stop Blaming Others for Your Mistakes

It is a very common practice for people in many circumstances to blame others for their mistakes.

We are not exempt from this, we also participate in this. And why don’t we do this? This is the question because it saves us in many situations and conditions when we are not ready to take responsibility for what we did,

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Although we have been taught since childhood by our parents and our teachers that we should not do that, what is it that makes us do that, and what are the consequences of it?

This is a short-term fix to prevent the results of your mistakes, but the end result must still be seen by someone else now.

While you are currently escaping the correction or punishment of your mistake, in the near future, you will have to deal with the long-term consequences of your behaviour.

Running away from responsibilities:-

Suppose a person, for example, is given a task by his or her boss, and he or she is unable to complete it as expected, but in this case, he or she can't just refuse the task directly because that would damage the company's reputation, so it's possible he will ask for help from others or try to get it done by others, in the end, if he or she cannot complete the task, then one day, he or she will have to face his or her boss

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When we see such cases, we see a man in a managerial position. He is already planning who he will send as the first line of defence who will take responsibility for his failures or mistakes.

And if that person is working by himself, he is most likely to plan to put all the blame on someone. This person was supposed to help him out with that project.

In any case, a person's first priority is to get away from that situation no matter what the reason, excuse, or blame is.

And maybe he will.

But now see the long-term consequences of such habits:

This person will lose his trustworthiness if the same thing is repeated too often. He may blame different people at different times, but the end result is the same: unproductive.

Perhaps he is smart enough to handle blaming well. It was always easy for him to escape from these situations by blaming either his teammate or his colleagues.

Consequently, this habit destroys him from within, because whenever he has to perform any task, he will prepare blames, even before knowing that he is capable of doing it.

If he knows that you don’t need to do anything for survival, you will run away from your responsibilities and duties. He knows that someone else is out there to take the blame for his mistakes.

Sour relationships can occur from blaming others: Blaming happens anywhere, in families, at work, in large companies, or even in world politics. Putting this into practice is the most viable option for people who cannot take responsibility. This can also lead to sour relationships since whenever a person realizes that they are caught up in someone else's crimes, they try to escape themselves. As a result, they will always have a sour relationship with them.

Their problem is that they use as much, or more, energy in blaming as they would use to

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complete the task they had been given. People who fail to deal with responsibility must do another thing to perfect their blaming, they must analyse other people's problems, and their weaknesses, so they can be blamed, and such people are able to escape this situation without harm.

This issue is that if such people use their energy on growing and learning, they will develop the habit of taking responsibility for their actions. You can save yourself for the moment by blaming others, but it will destroy your self-esteem, confidence, and relationships in the long run.

So do not be one of those who blame others for their mistakes, but rather take responsibility for every action you take.

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