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Who or what do I blame?

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Make sure to take time to carefully consider each question that is posed in order to meaningfully answer them. And don’t forget to come back to these questions again and again throughout your life, especially whenever you are feeling stuck, because the answers will most likely change over the course of your life and also cause you to change your course in life.

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I blame myself (and even my unconscious self) for having some “glass walls” which  stop me from getting an abundance. (Ok, so.. parts work it is!).
 

I also blame myself & my partner for not getting enough resources for our son.

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I blame my parents for not seeing me or helping Me. I especially feel angry with my dad since he he’s blaming me for demanding to come here(to live with him) even though He know this was my only option to be able to survive, literally(I’m sick and also have no income).  
 

I blame him for not treating me like a person, with needs and wants. That he decides on whether I can have my needs met, which makes me feel unsafe and scared. So yeah, definitely blaming him for feeling that. I also blame my mum for her not taking in critisism(turns it back on me very quickly), cause I really need her to know how I’ve been affected so I can have a better relationship with her and also so she can actually help me. 
 

I also see that if I would’ve had more strong and solid boundaries, It wouldn’t have gotten this far. 
 

Gonna try to be more solid(though it’s so hard as I’m sick and barely want to continue), and try to reach my mum again about how I feel and what I need. I’m so scared I won’t be able to do it/not do it properly though. Wish me luck, thanks.

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On 12/14/2020 at 3:29 PM, Lioness said:

I blame my parents for not seeing me or helping Me. I especially feel angry with my dad since he he’s blaming me for demanding to come here(to live with him) even though He know this was my only option to be able to survive, literally(I’m sick and also have no income).  
 

I blame him for not treating me like a person, with needs and wants. That he decides on whether I can have my needs met, which makes me feel unsafe and scared. So yeah, definitely blaming him for feeling that. I also blame my mum for her not taking in critisism(turns it back on me very quickly), cause I really need her to know how I’ve been affected so I can have a better relationship with her and also so she can actually help me. 
 

I also see that if I would’ve had more strong and solid boundaries, It wouldn’t have gotten this far. 
 

Gonna try to be more solid(though it’s so hard as I’m sick and barely want to continue), and try to reach my mum again about how I feel and what I need. I’m so scared I won’t be able to do it/not do it properly though. Wish me luck, thanks.

🌸

 

Dude, you are BLAMING YOURSELF for having a justified moral outrage about your sick parents. You are solid. You are out of control here, because THEY ARE IN FACT RESPONSIBLE FOR THAT MESS.

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On 1/31/2021 at 4:06 PM, Florian89 said:

Dude, you are BLAMING YOURSELF for having a justified moral outrage about your sick parents. You are solid. You are out of control here, because THEY ARE IN FACT RESPONSIBLE FOR THAT MESS.

Thanks for the support!!!:) What do you mean out of control here?

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15 hours ago, Florian89 said:

You are not responsible. You are the victim.

Thanks a lot for the validation! The struggle is real since I don’t know how to go forward and get the help I need. Thanks for reaching out. x

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Right now no one, nothing and otherwise well it starts with me and it ends with me. while me is everything and everyone, life itself. But life is beautiful in the end, this which I can not name now, yet, maybe never. This is amazing* Wonderful, beautiful, magical because it is. To be is what I do not blame because I want it. ❤️

 

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