40 Blame Quotes

40 Blame Quotes

Let these blame quotesgive you words to think about when you are cirizing, condemn, or charging someone with a wrong doing. We have all heard, don’t blame others for your unhappiness, or, don’t blame others for your mistakes.

  1. “Focus on fixing the problem, never focus on the blame. Problems are only resolved when solutions are sought.”
  2. “You become a Victim when you blame yourself or others for some problem or error.” Jay Fiset, Reframe Your Blame, How to Be Personally Accountable
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  3. “When we assign blame we are pointing the finger to who or what is responsible for a fault or for a wrong doing. We are trying to make others accountable. Blaming does not solve a problem it usually only makes people defensive.” Catherine Pulsifer
  4. Blame is the demonstrated lack of self-respect choosing to deposit one’s negative actions onto others to reinforce one’s view of being of good, fair, and approved. Byron R. Pulsifer
  5. Stop the blame game. Stop! Stop looking out the window and look in the mirror! Eric Thomas
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  6. Blaming is pointing out there, rather than in here, into your own mind, when you find yourself in a painful or uncomfortable experience. Blame means shifting the responsibility for where you are onto someone or something else, rather than accepting responsibility for your role in the experience. Iyanla Vanzant
  7. To develop a belief in their own personal capability, young people need a safe climate in which they can explore the consequences of their choices and behavior without judgments about success or failure – without blame, shame, or pain. Jane Nelsen; Lynn Lott, H. Stephen Glenn, Positive Discipline in the Classroom
  8. Blame is fascinating – it shapes our lives. It can be a benign way of positioning ourselves, a gentle joust or banter, or it can be poisonous, hurtful or devastating for its victims. It can tear apart marriages and fracture work relationships; it can disable major social programmes; it can inflict damage on powerful corporations; it can bring down governments; it can start wars and justify genocides. Stephen Fineman, The Blame Business
  9. “However, anger usually involves the externalizing of blame. When we become angry, we usually consider the source of our anger to be outside ourselves.” Raymond A. DiGiuseppe, Ph.D.
  10. If you are looking to inspire people then blaming is the last thing you want to do. Kate Summers

  11. “If you are looking to inspire people then blaming is the last thing you want to do. To inspire others, focus your attention on the solution not the blame. No good comes from blame, good comes from finding a way to correct the situation.” Kate Summers
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  12. Blame-shifting is a natural human reaction. It happens on the smallest to the largest scale. H G Tudor, Your Fault : Blame and the Narcissist
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  13. … going beyond blame – and by working together to overcome bias – can we construct more realistic and helpful narratives that allow us to learn more fully. Going beyond blame enables us to make our systems more resilient, and build more just and humane learning organizations. Dave Zwieback, Beyond Blame: Learning From Failure and Success
  14. “Blame-all and Praise-all are two blockheads.” Benjamin Franklin
  15. “Wherever you find a problem, you will usually find the finger-pointing of blame. Society is addicted to playing the victim.” Stephen R. Covey, The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People
  16. “One of the most significant reasons why many people, especially those who identify themselves as victims of something or someone in their childhood, find it difficult to figure out a solution for an immediate dilemma is that they don’t appreciate the specific effect of their early lives on their current style of thinking and feeling.” Dr. Laura Schlessinger, Bad Childhood—Good Life
  17. “We live in a culture of blame. People will blame anyone or anything for their misery sooner than take the responsibility to own it and make it better.” Dr. Henry Cloud; Dr. John Townsend, It’s Not My Fault
  18. “To grow up is to stop putting blame on parents.” Maya Angelou, Becoming Myself
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  19. Any time you're busy fixing blame, you're wasting energy and not fixing the problem. Rick Warren

  20. “The blame game is a waste of time. Any time you’re busy fixing blame, you’re wasting energy and not fixing the problem.” Rick Warren
  21. So just what is so fascinating about blame avoidance? … One is that having become alerted to blame avoidance as a phenomenon, you start to see it everywhere… blame avoidance is capable of being discussed at all levels, from abstruse philosophical analysis of the nature of responsibility to everyday conversations on the bus or in the bar that swap battle stories about the frustrations of dealing with big organizations whose systems and structures seem to be carefully designed to make ordinary human communication with them as difficult as possible. Christopher Hood, The Blame Game
  22. “All too often we have been pulled away from being honest with ourselves and drawn into a game of blaming others for bad situations. Just how crazy has our society become with playing ‘the blame game?'” Joseph E. McGuire, The Great Blame Game Escape
  23. “Criticism is not a bad thing. It can help you strengthen your marriage, if it is done correctly. But, some wives criticize their partners to have a reason to blame them or to justify their actions. This type of criticism can affect the confidence and trust of your husband towards you.” Franchesca May, Marriage: Guide to been a good wife in the modern era
  24. “When we blame, we give away our power.” Greg Anderson
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    “Don’t argue for other people’s weaknesses. Don’t argue for your own. When you make a mistake, admit it, correct it, and learn from it- immediately.” Stephen Covey

  25. “All blame is a waste of time. No matter how much fault you find with another, and regardless of how much you blame him, it will not change you. The only thing blame does is to keep the focus off you when you are looking for external reasons to explain your unhappiness or frustration. You may succeed in making another feel guilty about something by blaming him, but you won’t succeed in changing whatever it is about you that is making you unhappy.” Wayne Dyer
  26. “Blaming is a dead-end street that doesn’t help anyone. But until we risk telling the truth to ourselves about how we really feel, nothing in our lives can change or improve.” Christiane Northrup, Mother Daughter Wisdom
  27. Don't make excuses - make good. Elbert Hubbard

  28. “Don’t make excuses – make good.” Elbert Hubbard
  29. “Whether we like it or not, our lives are a compilation of our experiences. If we have viewed all that has happened in our lives as being out of our control, therein lies our first problem. If we blame others for any or everything that has happened to us and take no responsibility at all, therein lies our second problem. . . .The first step in turning your life around, in changing your attitude and in becoming the person you really want to be, is to first become aware of whom you have become.” Dr. LaSharnda Beckwith, It’s Your Life; Own It!: No Blame, No Excuses
  30. Guilt can be an unrelenting source of pain. It keeps us stuck in the past and prevents us from moving forward. We might hold a belief that we should feel guilty and condemn ourselves – not once, but over and over. Or, guilt may simmer in our unconscious. Either way, this kind of guilt is insidious and self-destructive and can sabotage our goals and relationships. It lowers our self-esteem and makes us easy targets for blame and manipulation. Darlene Lancer, Freedom from Guilt and Blame: Finding Self-Forgiveness
  31. “When you plant lettuce, if it does not grow well, you don’t blame the lettuce. You look into the reasons it is not doing well. It may need fertilizer, or more water, or less sun. You never blame the lettuce. Yet if we have problems with our friends or our family, we blame the other person. But if we know how to take care of them, they will grow well, like lettuce. Blaming has no positive effect at all, nor does trying to persuade using reason and arguments. That is my experience. No blame, no reasoning, no argument, just understanding. If you understand, and you show that you understand, you can love, and the situation will change.” Thich Nhat Hanh
  32. “Blaming others is excusing yourself.” Robin Sharma
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  33. “Everyone must take responsibility for themselves. Blaming your problems on the world will get you nowhere.” Claire Shannon, Gratitude: Feel Grateful Today and Every Day
  34. “It’s always easy to blame someone else or outside forces for our actions . . . Yet we don’t have the right to blame other people or circumstances for our behavior.” Joyce Meyer
  35. “If you make a bad decision, you need to take responsibility. Keep your head up, admit fault, take the blame, and move on. The worst thing you can do is pass blame on to your team for a poor decision that you made.” David Miller, Young Boss
  36. Praise loudly, blame softly. Russian Proverb

  37. “Praise loudly, blame softly.” Russian Proverb
  38. “The misattribution of blame is one reason we make the same mistakes over and over again. We learn so little from experience because we often blame the wrong cause.” Joseph T. Hallinan, Why We Make Mistakes
  39. “We’re quick to blame ourselves for lack of progress, but slow to blame our strategies. Then we repeat them over and over again, trying to make them work. But here’s the thing – if you fail using a particular strategy more than a few times, you need to try another one. It doesn’t matter if it works for everyone else if it doesn’t work for you!” Stephen Guise, Mini Habits
  40. “Why do people always blame God for things that go wrong in the world, and our lives? . . . It just seems that no matter who you are at one point in your life you will ask that question as if God has something to do with it. It seems to me that since the day man started to believe in a God man started to use that God to blame for any misfortune.” Roger Uvyn, Stop Blaming God: He is with you. Listen don’t blame.
  41. “As a consequence of what we do wrong or what others do wrong to us, blame and criticism will be attributed. Sometimes this blame might seem just but other times it does not. However, no matter how just it might appear, blame never undoes what is done.” Geof Warren, Not To Blame: Who you become is not who you truly are
  42. “Blameless people are always the most exasperating.”
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  43. … welfare rhetoric and policy are less concerned with reforming the recipients than with reinforcing majoritarian feelings of moral superiority. This not only makes majoritarian society feel better but also allows the country to avoid confronting the difficult structural questions of inequality, poverty, and the suffering of children. It is more comfortable to blame the victim.Joel F. Handler, Blame Welfare, Ignore Poverty and Inequality
  44. Who among us can say they have never blamed someone else for their lack of happiness? For most if not all of us, blame is simply a way of life.Colin Tipping, Radical Forgiveness

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