Do you blame your current significant other on past relationship issues that are not resolved?
Sure .... get rid of the blame... give it to him/her ... or the rock in the drive way; any thing ??? just get rid of it .
Just kidding , ha, kinda .... kinda not?
I've written a hub about the past, the present and the future...and, it asks the reader which controls their view?
Blame is never one-sided. Only the ignorant would think it was. Remember, ignorance is only a lack of knowledge(which is also a lack of wisdom).
No. We keep the past where it belongs--in the past. If we had issues about anything, do you think we'd be together? When you have problems that are not resolved, you can't move forward. To lay blame on anyone is a waste of time.
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