Blame vs. the Helping Hand
If a man knocks you down, and afterwards his friends or children see you and offer to help you back up, being mad at the people trying to help you does no good.
You can not simultaneously blame others for putting you in a situation you feel you can’t get out of, and be too proud to accept a helping hand from others to help you out of that situation.
You either need to figure out how to get up yourself on your own, or accept the helping hand that may or may not come from the very people you blame. You sitting on the ground blaming but not getting up serves noone, least of all you.
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