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When or what is it right to place blame, and when is it proper to accept responsibility?

My real life Example: I feel that joining that Navy was a Huge Big and perpetual mistake, but the Job Detailers at MEPS got me to enlist under false pretenses. I admit, I did make a huge life error, but I am bouncing back from this mistake. Also, if they were truthful with me, I likely would not have enlisted in the first place. It was a mistake, I wish I didn't make. Example of other people's mistakes; People getting married to the completely wrong person. They knew they were getting into, then the person they married lied about something big. "Fool me once, Shame on you. Fool me twice, you will never fool me again!" - President George W. Bush

Asked By: InTROLLigent - 2/21/2007
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From the Rules for Being Human: "there are no mistakes in life, only lessons... More
Answered By: MBK - 2/22/2007
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Perhaps you were given a false impression of the Navy, but you bought into it, so I suspect one cancels out the other here. As to it being the monumental mistake of your life, I doubt that because I think the biggest mistake you are making right now is in cultivating such a negative attitude to what has the potential... More
Answered By: al b - 2/21/2007
 
You need to grow up,you made the choice to join the Navy,recruiters always tell lies to get their quota of recruits but they can't force you to sign on the dotted line.The truth is you didn't do your homework,you are to blame for the predicament you are in.I suggest you change your attitude and try to make something... More
Answered By: ladybug - 2/21/2007
 
I will tell you the same thing I tell my kids when the sign up for something... More
Answered By: Jenny - 2/21/2007
 
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