I Am Not Responsible For My Current Situation
Congratulations! You’ve made it half-way through the course! You’ve tackled some major limiting beliefs and may already be seeing light at the end of the tunnel.
Today, we’ll analyze how harmful it is when you think that you’re just a victim of circumstances. This belief severely limits you. Let’s see how…
It’s easy to play the blame game. To believe that someone else is responsible for the situation you find yourself currently in. To assume that your circumstances are the products of other people’s actions.
When you don’t hold yourself responsible for your current circumstances, it allows you to stay stuck in those circumstances. After all, if you didn’t create the circumstances, surely you can’t be responsible for changing them.
And so, you don’t make any forward progress. You think things like, “I can’t believe that they put me in this position. This is not my fault. I am not responsible for where I currently am.”
Your limiting belief is that you are not responsible for where you currently are in life.
This limiting belief allows you to play the victim. When something goes wrong, you can simply blame it on others and the circumstances they’ve put you in. You refuse to take ownership of your situation.