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Is Mea Culpa Less About Me and More About You?

It’s your fault but …

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A client told me that she’d recently attended an NA meeting. Everyone, she said, talked about Mea Culpa, my fault, my responsibility, and then went on to blame other people for their habit.

That got me thinking? Why is it so difficult to take the blame for your actions? To accept responsibility?




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Elaine Hilides

Elaine Hilides

Life coach from the inside out, a Three Principles Trainer, International Speaker, Author and Online Course creator.

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