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Sassy Reign is a plainspoken straight shooter who relates to readers of all ages. She researches topics of interest to her readers and then answers their personal questions with empathy and gentle humor. Her informed opinions relayed with straight-to-the-heart precision have quickly made Sassy Reign a premier advice columnists. Moves 7/week.


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Dear Sassy Reign: How can a person be so adamant about others accepting responsibility & accountability for their actions but yet refuse to accept a personal responsibility & accountability for themselves? -Star in California

Dear Star,

It’s a must to hold yourself accountable for your actions. Holding yourself accountable displays great character and integrity.

It’s not easy but in order to reach goals in personal growth & keep a true level of respect for yourself & for others around you to respect you with full authenticity & not imitational facts you have to take conscious control of your responses to the events and circumstances in your life.

We may not be able to control everything that happens to us in life, but we are responsible for how we think, act, and feel in response to those things. For example “You made me hit you.” Or “You forced or pushed me to lose my temper.” “They made me…” Is bullshit & unacceptable coming from anyone who knows right from wrong.

The other ludicrousness is the person blaming others refusing to accept responsibility will feel anger or resentment towards that person all because their trying to protect their self-image. They shift their own responsibility onto someone else, and then judge & pick apart the other person every chance they get for having failed.

The worst part about a person denying responsibility & accountability for themselves is the overall powerlessness they visibly have & obviously feel displayed through constant immature actions & disruptive outburst that are 100% blamed on the other individual.

This is one of the worst, dangerous, and toxic kinds of people to be around and should be handled/loved at a distance.

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