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    are those who will find it hard to move on in life.

    Do you agree with this statement? I believe it's related to relationships and marriages etc, just wanted some opinions.
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    Yes. Its difficult to be with someone like that, especially when relationships are about compromise.
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    No

    Well, at least not the ''will find it hard to move on in life'' part. Hard to keep a partner, maybe.
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    Dunno....

    BUT, I f******* hate people who never accept they're at fault... especially at work!!!!

    Makes me wanna smash their face!!!

    Arghhhhhhhhhhhh
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    Heh, thanks for the replies guys. I'd like some more opinions from other people. I personally think that they will find it hard to move on. To be honest, those who never accept they are at fault won't suceed in my opinion.
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    What do you mean by finding it hard to move on exactly?
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    To move on quickly you need to accept some responsibilty, or at least think of ways that you could have acted so that whatever went wrong didn't go wrong.

    This helps you think of solutions rather than just moaning about someone else and the feeling of being in control makes it easier to be happy, a perceived lack of control over your own life doesn't feel good.
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    are those who will find it hard to move on in life.

    Do you agree with this statement? I believe it's related to relationships and marriages etc, just wanted some opinions.
    Yes. But it applies on other situations as well, not just relationships/marriages.
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    Sounds like every girlfriend I've ever had.

    Because, you understand, I'm never at fault.

    EVER!
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    (Original post by Chez87)
    What do you mean by finding it hard to move on exactly?
    Just like, how can they live with themselves. Imagine someone who just just never accepts that they are wrong in anything they do. Would you expect good things ro come to that person?
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    (Original post by SomeStudent)
    Yes. But it applies on other situations as well, not just relationships/marriages.
    Yeah it applies to lots of situations. I agree.
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    (Original post by Advanced Subsidiary)
    Just like, how can they live with themselves. Imagine someone who just just never accepts that they are wrong in anything they do. Would you expect good things ro come to that person?
    I guess not. Like an earlier poster said, they wouldn't be able to claim responsibility for anything that went wrong in their life, so how could they ever claim to be in control?
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    (Original post by Chez87)
    I guess not. Like an earlier poster said, they wouldn't be able to claim responsibility for anything that went wrong in their life, so how could they ever claim to be in control?
    I guess that's the root of this thread. Some cases are quite sad though.
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    (Original post by Advanced Subsidiary)
    Heh, thanks for the replies guys. I'd like some more opinions from other people. I personally think that they will find it hard to move on. To be honest, those who never accept they are at fault won't suceed in my opinion.
    I agree with you OP.. if you can't accept that you're in fault and you're constantly denying it then you'll never learn from your mistakes in life. and success only comes after failure, but it'll only come if you learn from the failure.

    that's what i think anyway..
 
 
 
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