The Life Coaching Series
Written by Life Coach Carioca Da Gema
“Who did it?”
Heads rolling for something gone wrong whether purposely done or not is part of Americans expected reaction toward a scandal. The higher the stakes, the more of the so called justice we like to see inflicted on the perpetrator. Righteous God fearing politicians spending too much time in public restrooms, quid pro quo (s), shady business in Ukraine, and powerful men grabbing women at will; we want to see them suffer.
The same hunt and exterminate behavior we see in public can be catastrophic when brought into our homes.
“I do not want to see your finger pointed at me”
When blame is an active component in a relationship, mates quickly find their places as one is always right and the other tend to retrieve their ideas and suggestions with fear of been ridiculed for crashing once again.
One should not argue over which deductions to take when the mate is a tax accountant, or try to choose between the yellow, black or blue wire, when there is an electrician in the house. But other than technical instances when one is clearly more equip than the other, people in a relationship should keep in mind that unity is the secret of their success and the blame game has no place in it.
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