Disturbed Characters Never Want to Accept Blame

By Dr George Simon, PhD

When trying to regain a sense of power, control, and success after experiencing a failure, we have two options: blame others, or take stock of ourselves and begin the arduous task of self improvement.

We human beings are certainly not perfect. We make mistakes, and we hurt others. Often we hurt others inadvertently, sometimes even deliberately. But whenever we injure, there’s always blame to assess. The conscientious among us readily see their part and accept their fair share of blame. The character-impaired, on the other hand, want to blame everything and everyone else except themselves. Continue reading…

See also:
Manipulation—Read All About It
Spin, Projection, and Blame-Shifting
A Narcissist Taking Responsibility? Never.
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