Some people get emotional satisfaction from talking about how bad others are. However, research has found that when you talk negatively about someone, it is more likely that your listener will associate the negativity with you. Researchers call this spontaneous trait transference.
It takes a mature person to take responsibility for their actions. It is not about taking all the blame when there are other people who are responsible, but about being able to accept responsibility when you really need to.
If everything is someone else’s fault, then what part do I play in my own life? Do my actions remain without consequences? Am I that helpless? Knowing that we accept our responsibility when things go wrong also means that we accept responsibility when things go well