How to Divorce Self-Blame Workbook


‘It’s your fault things are the way they are. If you hadn’t taken yourself to Egypt, they’d be happier.’

I wish I could tell you the number of times I’d heard that line run on rinse and repeat over the last 8 years. And I wish I could tell you I didn’t believe it to be true.

This was how self-blame clawed at me: My children did something, and a past decision was thrown back in my face as the reason why they were angry, upset, resentful, rude and on and on and on. The narrative chewed me up. The soundtrack wore me down. After years of believing it would make me better, spur me to work harder, and change the way things are, I eventually decided I wanted out.

In this DOWNLOADABLE workbook, I give you 16 reflection questions and 2 in-depth exercises to kick-start your journey to divorcing self-blame. Within the workbook I also share insight into the root of self-blame, and highlight the difference between self-blame and assuming responsibility.

If you’re tired of the narrative self-blame serves you, this workbook is most certainly for you.

Note: This is a PDF download, which will be available for you to download immediately after purchase.



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