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Blame Issues

10 Ways to Make Things Worse


Free Information on Blaming & Damning Issues

  • The Secret of Maturity, Third Edition for 99¢ will teach you how to own the power of emotional responsibility.
  • Secret of Maturity, Fourth Edition now available in paperback and Kindle versions.
  • “It is the peculiar quality of a fool to perceive the faults of others and to forget his own.”–Cicero
  • “Only God can damn without serving Satan.”–Kevin Everett FitzMaurice
  • “We can actually put the essence of neurosis in a single word: blaming–or damning.”–Albert Ellis and Robert A. Harper, A Guide to Rational Living, Third Edition, p. 127

Note: Blaming and damning work together so much that they are almost synonyms. Blaming regularly includes damning and vice versa.


  1. 5 Styles for Standards & Quality (5TP)
  2. Blame 6 Levels
  3. Blame or Responsibility: 100 Things You Can Blame
  4. Control What You Can
  5. Control What You Choose to Feed
  6. Damning: Attachment & Detachment
  7. Damning & Blaming Increase Problems
  8. Damning & Blaming: Consequences of
  9. Damning Defeats Coping
  10. Damning Self & The 7 Main Emotions
  11. Damning: Shoulds & Ego
  12. Damning: The Problem & The Solution
  13. Damning Traits versus Correction Traits
  14. Damning, Whining & Blaming Prevent Solutions
  15. Emotional Maturity 6 Levels
  16. Emotional Responsibility (ER): Diagram
  17. One Hundred Reasons to Stop Damning
  18. Quotations by Topic: Damning & Blaming
  19. Response of Responsibility
  20. Scripture by Topic: Damning
  21. Stimulus Responsibility: Before & After a Stimulus
  22. Use Negation, Not Destruction

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  1. Coping Skills: Becoming Is the Enemy
  2. Coping Skills: Depression–12 Steps of Reacting
  3. Poems by Topic: Space Between Sadness
  4. Responsibility Issues: Parable on Responsibility

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