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Is Blame the Name of Your Game?

Recognize the behavior and communication style of “The Blamer”

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What is the world’s oldest game? According to The Guinness Book of World Records, the game is “blame”; our human instinct to pass responsibility off to someone else. The behavior is formed in childhood. By early adolescence, there is an unspoken expectation for youth to take personal responsibility for…

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Lisa Bradburn

Lisa Bradburn

Agile Coach and Psychotherapist-In-Training at the intersection of technology and the human condition. Let’s chat: lisabradburnmedium@gmail.com

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