Creating Extraordinary Relationships: Part 3 of 4 - Give Up the Blame Game S728DVD
Dr. Henry Cloud
When a problem arises in your relationship, are you quick to blame, or do you carefully consider how you may be contributing to the problem? If you’re able to stop yourself blaming, you’ll avoid getting caught up in the blame game. You may have to make a conscious effort to develop this mindset, since asking “What’s my part?” doesn’t come naturally, but it is vital to your relationship. The long-term benefits will far outweigh any temporary advantage you may gain by blaming others. Give up the blame game—it’s critical if you want to create the right environment for an extraordinary relationship to flourish. Come and learn how to own your own stuff—it will absolutely take a good relationship to the next level!
Live in Irvine, CA, January 23, 2006