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Pema Chödrön on Blaming

“We habitually erect a barrier called blame that keeps us from communicating genuinely with others, and we fortify it with our concepts of who’s right and who’s wrong. We do that with the people who are closest to us and … Continue reading

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Brené Brown on Blame – The RSA Shorts

The writer found the animation a little distracting (for which she has decided not to blame The RSA). You may love it or you may consider closing your eyes for Brené’s neat little exploration of blame: what it is and what … Continue reading

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