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'It is widely assumed that a lack of empathy for female victims explains why people blame them, but we actually found that empathy for the male sexual harasser was a more consistent explanation of variability in victim blame.
'Blame your lethargy, flip-flops and incompetence for your failure, not Saraki and Dogara,' Frank said.
In a blameless culture people are free of blame, fear and recrimination and they learn from their mistakes.
Do we also blame the 16 million who voted for Gordon?
Those Brexiters who have quit the government are only trying to avoid blame for the mess they have helped create.
Prior to the start of the shutdown, Trump said in a nationally televised Oval Office meeting with Senate Minority Leader Charles Schumer (D-N.Y.) and Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) that he was "proud to shut down the government for border security", adding that he wouldn't blame Democrats for the shutdown.
A little more than 12 percent said "other" in response to the options of who to blame.
But if blame is a defining feature of our social lives, so is ceasing to blame.
When we play the blame game however, we get caught up in blaming ourselves or other people for perceived failures or wrongdoing, at the expense of making changes to improve the situation.
'If prices go up you blame the government, if fuel goes up you blame the government..
We blame slavery, imperialism, colonialism, neo-colonialism, sanctions, climate change and so on for our inabilities, weaknesses and failures.
"We Filipinos always blame our government," he lamented in Filipino.
Synopsis: As Barack Obama's presidency enters its final months, more Americans still blame George W.
I'll blame the EU for all future things So let's see what tomorrow brings!
When placing the blame where it belongs, his boss explained why it was his fault, "Of course it's your fault - you interviewed her, hired her and then you failed to develop her."