||What seems like just a common, no-harm-done excuse—“It’s not my fault!”—is often a dangerous trap, say Drs. Henry Cloud and John Townsend, because people don’t recognize what the blaming mindset does to them. It not only keeps them from overcoming the effects of all that they can’t control—like other people, circumstances and genetics—but separates them from a solution. And when they give away the ownership of their life, they end up losing the one opportunity they have to fulfill their dreams and enjoy God’s best.
Co-ed Group – CLB 201