How the culture of “Blame Game” is Detrimental to the society and a Hindrance to our success
One of the most pervasive notions in our society today is that we are entitled to a great life-that somehow, somewhere, someone (and certainly not us) is responsible for filling our lives with continual happiness, exciting career options, nurturing family time and blissful personal relationships simply because we exist.
But the bare truth-and one which most of us have chosen to acknowledge-is that there is only one person responsible for the quality of life you live. That person is you.
In fact, most of us especially the young generation have been conditioned to blame something outside of ourselves for the part of our lives that is not doing well as we would want it to.
We blame our parents for not furthering our education or their strict upbringing for the mess our lives have turned out to be. Our bosses take the blame for the meager salaries or our lack of promotion despite having worked in that firm for almost ten ears.
We blame our friends, the media, our co-workers, our spouse, the economy-anyone