What Each Zodiac Sign Needs To Stop Blaming Themselves For 

What Each Zodiac Sign Needs To Stop Blaming Themselves For 


Stop blaming yourself for the trauma you experienced. You didn’t bring it upon yourself. It wasn’t your fault.


Stop blaming yourself for your heartache. There wasn’t anything you could have done to convince them to stay. Their feelings are out of your control.


Stop blaming yourself for mistakes you made years ago. You can’t dwell on yesterday. You have to focus on tomorrow.


Stop blaming yourself for having so many emotions. You’re not overdramatic. You’re not childish. Your feelings are valid.

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Stop blaming yourself for how much you’re falling behind. You aren’t on a specific timeline. You aren’t doing as poorly as you’ve been telling yourself.


Stop blaming yourself for every bad thing that’s ever happened to you. It wasn’t karma. Some things just happen.


Stop blaming yourself for things you have absolutely no control over. You have to accept that some things are out of your hands. Some things have nothing to do with you.


Stop blaming yourself for how much time you wasted on the wrong person. You still have plenty of more time to dedicate to the right person.


Stop blaming yourself for being different. It’s a good thing you’re unique. It’s a good thing you’re authentic.


Stop blaming yourself for your failures. Everybody gets rejected. Everybody falls short. It doesn’t mean you, yourself, are a failure.


Stop blaming yourself for trusting the wrong person. They were the one who did something wrong, not you. It’s a good thing you see the best in people.


Stop blaming yourself for the mistakes other people have made. You cannot control the actions of your partner or your parents or your friends. They make their own decisions. TC mark

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