Blaming falsely assigns responsibility to a person, object, or circumstances for your experience of the encounter based upon your subjective interpretation. Considered in this light, accidents become opportunities to look at things differently. And they should, particularly if they keep occurring as part of your life experience.
Taken to the extreme, chronic blaming may suggest that an unfulfilled need for attention, caring, cuddling, or nurturing is being fostered. This dynamic may work to satisfy needs and longings for everyone in support of the contrived relationship. By the same token, it may reinforce the thought patterns associated with one’s own self-image, creating a terminal dysfunction of dependency and self-
flagellation. This can prevent you from accessing any other life experience. This behavior may get you what you think you need, but not necessarily what you really want. Besides, it is a lot of work for very little return. What we’re looking to achieve in deliberately constructing a process is the biggest return from the least investment. But as always, the choice is yours for the choosing. The concept of six degrees of separation suggests the mathematical probability that we are never more than five or six people away from any relationship we desire. I am suggesting that we are never more than one thought away from any experience we choose.