In the vast majority of the cases, we do it to ourselves, and if we “fail”, we have only ourselves to blame.
It’s just another form a scapegoating.
Kady M.
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I try to practice this without the negative judgment implied by ‘failure’ and ‘blame’. The way I think about it: I make mistakes, I’m still learning ‘till the day I die. Looking at life this way makes taking responsibility for my experience and actions less terrifying and makes failures less overwhelming.

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