“Brene Brown suggests that blame is a way of discharging anger. When we are listening to someone’s story and attempting to make connections to find out who’s to blame then we are not truly listening with empathy.”
Watch the video and write 3 stories in your own life where you chose to blame rather than be accountable. Tell us if you learnt something about the impact of blame not on others but on you. Dare we be vulnerable rather than blaming?
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This Daily Stillness has been recycled from previously published ones:
• #tds43 An espresso for the mind: Blame (Aug 12, 2015)
• #tds536 An espresso for the mind: Blame (Dec 17, 2016)
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