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It’s not me, It’s you!

It’s not me, It’s you!

Humans generally fail to see the importance of relationships; if we did, we wouldn’t ever hold others accountable for our actions.

Let me tell you a little tale.

It all began after my most recent breakup.

I was devastated; I didn’t know what to do and where to go,

So just to make myself feel good I started blaming things on him, and concluded that it was him who was at fault and not me.

Soon I realized that it became my habit, so later on when I was in a relationship with someone else I did the same thing.

But that thing destroyed him and that’s what blame does to us.

It destroys humans.

We never realize where we went wrong, which is why every relationship suffers.

Relationships require effort, time, and acceptance, as well as accepting where we went wrong and working on it every day!

As a result, when you stop accepting other people’s and your own faults, you end up destroying things that could have worked better.

Recognizing that everyone, including you, has flaws is a “superpower”.

What matters is that we acknowledge that it is our imperfections that make us human, and that is the most beautiful thing to embrace.

So, when you start accepting imperfections, you begin your journeys toward a perfect life!

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  1. So true. We never accept our fault. It;s easy to blame others

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