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Blaming Someone

Blaming is already a part of human behavior. Of course, it hurts the person being blamed but you cannot remove this from the human system. It is so easy to do this even to people whom you care so much. But this helps the person who is blaming others a lot. When a problem is encountered and that problem is seen as a negative effect of other’s deeds, blaming is the first action that is undertaken by the person concerned. This helps that person actually a lot psychologically. It gives the person the confidence that the problem was a cause of others- not him. With this, it comforts him to believe that since it did not come from him, then he does not have any responsibility to make up things. As a result, he is psychologically stable and can easily attain efficiency and effectiveness in his endeavor.

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carmela wrote on November 26, 2014, 6:45 AM

its so selfish for an individual to put all the blame on another person just to make himself feel "good". but what if this other person youre putting all the blame on commits suicide ( this is very common these days) will there still be a "feel good" effect on the part of the blamer?

CoralLevang wrote on November 26, 2014, 7:28 AM

Although I understand your logic, I think it is extremely flawed. Blame can turn into vindictiveness and hate does not solve anything. What you have described reminds me of someone who would be so narcissistic to think he/she has no culpability in a matter, and would be justified in being vengeful. This kind of behavior shows no conscience. This kind of person will blame, and then try to destroy another.

Sorry, this is despicable behavior. Equally troubling is knowing that someone would defend that this is helpful, confidence-building, effective, efficient, acceptable and stable behavior.

acelawrites wrote on November 26, 2014, 8:22 AM

I don't like people blaming others to keep themselves in good position in an issue or situation.

Scorpie wrote on November 26, 2014, 10:08 AM

Blame is a fruitless endeavor. Placing blame does not cure any bad situation so why bother? Stuff happens and you deal with it.

Glenn wrote on November 26, 2014, 10:56 PM

Some people blame others to avoid accepting responsibility. Some go as far as blaming the entire world, or the present state of affairs, rather than looking inward to determine what control they have over a situation.

LeaPea2417 wrote on December 26, 2015, 12:09 AM

Not only do individual people blame others, politicians blame other politicians for problems and groups of people will blame other groups of people for problems.