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No Need for Blame

Blame. We all are familiar with it. We all have experienced it. And yet, somehow most of us grow beyond blaming another and blaming ourselves. We realize that so much more can be gained if we skip the blaming.

And so much more would be gained if all the blaming about whose fault it was that the national health insurance website got off to such a shaky start ended and we all turned our energies to seeing that the website got fixed and to helping people access it easily and quickly.

What would be gained?

People who have not been able to have insurance up to this time would be able to sign up for it.

And people who are struggling with mental illness would be able to seek the needed treatment without worry.

And that’s just the beginning of the good that could come out of the Affordable Care Act.

Let’s stop blaming and instead let’s band together as the community we should be to help one another no matter the mistakes of the past.

– Bernadette

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2 Responses

  1. We have been trying to help a young person who has had to leave an abusive household. They have fought against our help, because they didn’t want to take our money. Even finding a place that would take them that has a “sliding” scale to help reduce the cost has been difficult….and we live near a big city. This person finally found a place and is now getting the help that is seriously needed because life has been pretty much non-existent due to anxiety,guilt, lack of self-esteem and lack of self worth.

    I agree, let’s help each other, and quit pointing fingers and use our intelligence to SOLVE the problem instead of arguing about what’s wrong.

    • It is a rough road trying to find help. I’m glad you were able to direct this person to someone who can do something. And you’re right. We need to starting SOLVING problems instead of arguing about who’s to blame. Thanks for the comment.

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