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Taking Responsibility without Blame or Shame

Taking responsibility is a big part of building ourselves mentally and emotionally to be stronger people. But taking responsibility for your actions does not mean you have to beat yourself up about past mistakes and failure. There is a fine line between taking responsibility without being overly negative and taking responsibility to learn a lesson.

On Love This B!tch, Lisa details how it is all mental and how we can make sure we do not fall into a trap of kicking ourselves too hard for prior mistakes and how we can grow from these experiences.

Highlights

  • Avoiding harmful thoughts

  • Being responsible for how you think and feel

  • Not allowing yourself to be stuck in your thoughts

  • Taking responsibility without blame

  • Not playing the “blame game”

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