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  1. Jan 29,  · Don’t blame others for your golden calf. Tear it down yourself. Valorie Quesenberry is a pastor’s wife and mom who lives in Indiana and likes to recharge with coffee and time with friends.
  2. Oct 05,  · This form of inappropriateness can occur outside morality and is not distinctively moral in nature. Second, incoherent blame and praise are often morally inappropriate because they demean others in that the incoherent appraiser elevates herself above her blamee (praisee) by presenting the latter in an unwarrantedly negative light, comparatively Cited by: 2.
  3. Apr 17,  · To protect yourself from blame at work, gather any evidence that can back up your claims and meet with your boss to discuss the situation. If you’ve kept any emails, notes, or memos that prove that you weren’t at fault, find them and make copies. If any of your coworkers can back up your story, talk to them to see if they’ll vouch for you.
  4. blame (blām) tr.v. blamed, blam·ing, blames 1. To consider responsible for a misdeed, failure, or undesirable outcome: blamed the coach for the loss; blamed alcohol for his bad behavior. 2. To find fault with; criticize: I can't blame you for wanting your fair share. 3. To place responsibility for (something): blamed the crisis on poor planning. n. 1.

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