The Blame Game

There's no winning with blame.

It's one of those things that just never make sense. You blame your parents for your insecurities, and sure, it's their fault to an extent. But they initiated yours because of their own. Theirs' were from their parents, and their parents' parents, and...

Blame is a no-win game.

It's the thwarting excuse of weakness.

I cannot fix this, I will not try to fix this, but I will blame you for it. It is your fault.

One day we'll come to terms with ownership.

Everyone wants to own, but no one really wants the push when shove comes to play.

It's easier to rent. Something breaks, you call your landlord to fix it. You can just pick up and move once your lease is up.

It's easy.

Owning is hard. Owning is taking responsibility for something. Owning is taking a stand and saying:

I will like this for a long period of time. I will take care of this. I will take responsibility of this. If something breaks, I will fix it or get it fixed.

Why we rent our choices and actions is beyond me.

Its an action of inaction. 

"You blame your parents for your insecurities, and sure, it's their fault to an extent. But they initiated yours because of their own."—Sara Eatherton-Goff, 'The Blame Game'
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I'm Sara. Mompreneur of 3, wife to super-awesome Brian, business coach, infopreneur and printable product creator.