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Blaming vs. Taking Responsibility

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“Blame keeps us stuck…Taking responsibility gives us the opportunity to move forward.”

In our difficult, fallen world, we are bound to face struggle. Sometimes our natural response to that struggle is to blame other things or people for why it’s happening—even to blame ourselves. While this makes us feel temporarily better because we are justifying our hardship, it also negates the truth of why we experience struggle—and the graces that can come from it.

Today, Fr. Mike explains why it’s always better to take responsibility instead of playing the blame game.

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