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“In Our Own Way”

When do we learn to take responsibility of our own actions? When do we Discontinue the “Finger-Pointing” and own up to our faults? When do we get out of Our Own Way?

What needs to be presumed is that no complication will ever be managed if we can not hold our selves accountable for our actions. You’re part to blame for being in a toxic situation that is at hand. In the past has blaming others really worked? Has it ironed out the obstacle at hand? We all know that, that is not avenue that should be taken. Peter Shepherd stated “Healing comes from taking responsibility: to realize that it is you- and no one else- that creates your thoughts, your feelings and your actions.” Take a step back and think about what the real difficulty is. Once you see that you take part in it, then you will be able to add change to the situation at hand. Stop denying and instead learn from the mistakes.

What happens is the people create their own storms and become upset when it rains. You criticizing others and trying to make them the issue gives you no credibility.  Take Initiative for yourself, Stop blaming your circumstances on what YOU are able to change. This is all a process of growing up, take a look at your life right now…Don’t you think its about time that we develop ourselves into the mature person we are suppose to be?

On the other hand the person that is being depreciated, has to learn to attain some knowledge on how not to allow someone to perform the “Blame-Game”. Stand up and regulate the matter, speak what needs to be spoken and do not hold back. Do not allow a person to have so much management of your mind, feelings and emotions. Take ownership over your life, you own your faults do not become the person on the other side.

“You will find that people will always have opinions about your decisions. Don’t take it personally, it’s simply because they’re not courageous enough to take action in their own lives. Be a leader in your life and pay no mind to those who lack the courage to do the same in theirs.” ~Dr. Steve Maraboli~