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Blame is the essential act of censoring, identifying, holding fully responsible, the individual or group who their actions or behavior is morally or socially responsible for doing something undesirable. When an individual is morally blameworthy for doing something undesirable, his/her action is automatically and justifiably blameworthy. A person is said to be blameworthy only when he/she does something deliberately, knows that it is wrong, feels no remorse about it and is willing to accept societal consequences. Blame is essential in defining responsibility.

In a blame-game, blame is ascribed even to those things that are not really your fault. For example, if you are the sole cause of a traffic jam, you are said to be partly at fault for it. If you are the only person standing in the queue, blame game would ensue that you are the only person purposely causing the jam. Similarly, blaming everybody else only for being in the queue and having to stand there, would justify assigning blame to everybody in the queue, which results in the same outcome.

However, blaming somebody else for something that you have done, whether it was your fault or not, automatically places you in a blame-game, where you blame everybody except yourself. You become emotional and irrational in blaming other people. Such an act places you in a position where you can never ever feel happy. If blame-game was one of your major psychological problems, you should seek professional help.

Blame is different from blame. Blame is never deserved. It is always unimportant and secondary. Why? First, blame can only be deserved when you own up to your mistakes. If you blame others for your own mistakes, you are only self-blaming, which places you in a position where you cannot ever feel proud of yourself.

Secondly, the blame is always unnecessary. If you are in a blame-game, you are only diverting your attention away from yourself and the real issues at hand. In the end, you will realize that blaming does not solve anything. In fact, blame games often serve as a crutch or a shield from the real issues at hand. By blaming someone else, you are actually helping that blame game by pushing aside the real issues.

Finally, the blame is usually a short term solution that would result in a bigger problem down the line. For instance, If you were to blame somebody else for your feeling angry, you would only be solving the immediate problem, but you are also helping that anger build within you instead of solving the problem. How would that affect your future interactions with other people? How will you feel when you run into someone who makes fun of your anger? Will you feel sorry for that later? The answer is no, but that is exactly how your actions will affect your life.

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