March 25, 2012

It’s Your Fault

Filed under: Think About It! — Katrina @ 8:15 pm

I must say. I have had my fill in recent months and years and, well, lifetime itself perhaps of people who are wholly uninterested in solving a major problem at hand and are only interested in blaming someone else for it. Usually it’s under the delusion that proving said other person is to blame, and taking some action against said person maybe, is itself the solution to said problem.

And oftentimes, the problem could be fixed if they would just shut the hell up and come up with a fix. But they don’t. They care about the problem less than what ego points they can get out of it.

But the thing is, okay, moron. Let’s pretend for a moment that your spouse or colleague or whoever is 100% wrong and caused everything. Okay. Now what? Let’s say said person is either out of the picture, punished, or is otherwise powerless now, or whatever was the supposed intention of the blame. Hey, guess what? The problem isn’t solved! And you only delayed it being solved by dicking around with pointing out blame and not actually giving a crap about fixing it. Which, at least now if not before, makes it your fault!

Imagine that!

1 Comment

  1. Boy, did this need to be said! I wish everyone in my life were reading this right now. Thank you, Katrina!

    Comment by Bill — March 26, 2012 @ 8:57 pm

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