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The Habitual "Blamer"


Are you a habitual blamer? Are you frustrated with your job or your spouse?

We often blame people, places or things - sometimes even God - for the negative experiences we have.

Blame statements can be devastating and they seldom improve anything. Worst of all, they are heard by little ears.

Remember as parents we are role models.

Words we speak can't be taken back!

Research has shown one blame phrase needs at least five compliments to balance it out.

The impact of blame phrases can last a lifetime. 

And the truth is, blaming others is a waste of time.

When we stop blaming others, we diffuse our own anger and downsize the conflict.

Let's be wise about the words we speak and get rid of a heart that looks for ways to blame others.