How To Stop Blaming Others

How To Stop Blaming Others | Carolyn Parr

When a situation turns sour – at work, at home, or even in a faith community – we often look for somebody to blame. As voices rise and fingers point, we need to breathe deeply – and call a time out.

Why shouldn’t we pile on blame when somebody is obviously at fault? Can’t we shame the perpetrator into better behavior? Won’t we feel so much better when we “clear the air”?

Consider these 3 reasons why blaming is not the path to positive change:

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