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Everything is your fault

Hold yourself accountable

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Blaming other people for your problems is a waste of time.

Even if the other person is at fault, how does that help you?

It might make you feel a bit better, but that’s about it.

Imagine you’re out driving one day and you’re heading to the store to pick something up.




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Jacob Laguerre

Jacob Laguerre

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