We may love someone but the way we talk to them (or about them) isn’t always loving.
Sometimes, we talk to people we love in ways that are largely inconsistent.
Maybe it has something to do with our limited perception.
It’s tempting to blame and believe the stories we tell.
Blame makes us feel better.
Blame allows us to zoom past our own emotions and discount accountability.
It’s so much easier to point a finger and hold the other person responsible.
Blame discharges anger quickly and doesn’t require any effort to figure out what’s really going on.
These blaming conversations are contagious.
They’re also the fastest way to embed painful narratives in our relationships.