Do you question if your partner is worth keeping? Don't waste time on someone who doesn't value you. Insecure men play mind games that can cause doubt and pain.
Blaming is a dangerous subconscious game that losers play to gain the upper hand. Blamers lack self-esteem and find fault with others instead of themselves.
Take time to reflect and gain perspective. Seek guidance from a coach or therapist. Are you the blamer or the blamee? If it's the latter, gather data on when the blame occurs.
Shaming is a subtle cousin of blaming that can be toxic. Shamers tear you down to manipulate and are often co-dependent. Don't engage in the shame game or enable the cycle of co-dependency.
Fame seekers are often successful, and their external glitter can be attractive. They fear failure and have low self-esteem, leading to a secret of inadequacy.
Don't make excuses for someone's negative behavior. Tell them how their actions make you feel. If they continue, they need professional help to heal.
People who play mind games often need counseling in a neutral space. Don't try to heal or help them alone.
Chronic low self-esteem needs help that others can't deliver. If your boss treats you this way, start looking for another job.
If your friend or partner refuses to look in the mirror and stop playing mind games, it's time to let go.
Remember that life is too short to waste on someone who doesn't value you. Love yourself and regain self-respect.