Accountability.

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It’s so much easier to identify the unhealthy behaviour in others than within ourselves. Be brave enough to look within yourself, acknowledge what’s there and begin to address it. Be compassionate with yourself in the process. Taking accountability for your actions, behaviours and situation is the first step to becoming the victor of your own story.

I believe that it’s important to take an inventory of your life from time to time. These are some questions that you can ask yourself:

Is your criticism or judgement of others, a reflection of your own insecurities?

What unhealthy behaviour traits do you want to let go of?

What is my current situation teaching me?

What lessons do I need to revisit?

What does taking accountability in my life look like to me?

Question to you:

Do you take accountability for your actions?

I would love to hear your thoughts!

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Love Ash, xx

 

6 Comments

    1. I agree with you! It’s so easy to point faults in other people but hard to look within ourselves. Taking accountability is definitely a sign of maturity. Thank you for reading this Lashawn, have a blessed week 💞

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  1. I’ve landed on the right blog for me TODAY! I needed to hear this. I told my husband the other day that I’m thankful for him because he’s the accountability partner I need during this personal journey I’ve been on for the past few years. He tells me straight up no chaser where I’m falling short on the goals and dreams I’ve expressed to him. Thanks for sharing!

    I love your blog. I’m in the research stages of starting a blog on self-improvement/personal development. I would like to stay in touch with you, I’ll stop by your blog regularly.

    Have an awesome rest of your day!
    Mrs. B

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