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It’s My Fault

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It’s my fault

It’s my fault if I have a bad attitude
It’s my fault if I didn’t accomplish my goals
It’s my fault if something doesn’t get done.
It’s my fault if I am not where I want to be
It’s my fault if I feel the way I feel
It’s my fault if people overlook me
It’s my fault if I don’t like the state of my relationships
It’s my fault if success is escaping me

It’s my fault, even if it’s not my fault.

I refuse to give anyone else control over my life by blaming them.

The goal of the post is to blame ourselves so that we work harder on us and less time trying to fix/blame others. Because the only people we can improve upon is us.

Own your stuff and then make changes, not before.

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