People who blame others have perfected the art of ‘scapegoating’.  Deep inside they believe that they are above reproach and they will lash out at anybody who criticizes them and they’ll sacrifice whoever or whatever who tries to dent their self-image.  Blame is just a defense mechanism.  The pain each person feels is real to them, and it’s often very painful to take responsibility for something that goes wrong or doesn’t work out. 

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I see, very good point - I just wished I could have a BIT of it...

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I agree with you..well said =)

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They don't.<br />
Many teenagers, and adults who have failed to mature emotionally, often do.<br />
It can be painful to admit a mistake. Shame is a very uncomfortable emotion, but necessary. <br />
It motivates us to make amends and strive to build better habits, learn better ways, <br />
to avoid making the same errors next time. <br />
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When someone finds shame unbearable, they'll do, say almost anything to avoid recognising that they've made a mistake that's caused something to happen, brought about a specific result.<br />
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There is, however, a particular syndrome called Narcissistic Borderline Personality Disorder, for which this behaviour is a dominant defining characteristic. You can look it up on the Net.<br />
Many of us have a little bit of this tendency at least sometimes.

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ive read a book called Self Malignant Love...

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