So it seems only fair, from their myopic perspectives, that they get compensation for their constant frustrations. Here’s the logic: “It’s so hard being me, I shouldn’t have to wait in line, too!
” “With all I have to put up with, I deserve to take a few supplies from the office.” “With the kind of day I had, you expect me to mow the lawn?
Everyone has to put up with a certain amount of unfairness in life.
Blamers will certainly cause pain for you if you come to love one.
They may cut in front of others waiting in line, smoke wherever they want, drive any way they want, say anything they like, and do pretty much anything they choose.
Driven by high standards of what they should get and what other people should do for them, the entitled feel chronically disappointed and offended.
” “You’re so calm and together, and she was so crazy and paranoid.” Hearing this kind of thing might make you think that all he really needs is the understanding and love of a good woman to change his luck.
This disastrous assumption flies in the face of the Law of Blame.