By Angela Umoru
“It is not you, it’s me,” the irrefutable break-up lines.
When someone says that to you, there really isn’t anything else to say even if you feel like the relationship is worth fighting for. The person has taken responsibility; chosen to be the bigger person, but we all know that line is usually a farce.
How many times do you falsely take responsibility like this? When you say it’s your fault do you truly mean it and see where you have gone wrong? Are you just trying to end the argument or are you willing to actively contribute your quota?
Beyond lip-service, we must learn to rise to the occasion; seeing that we are truly pieces within a jig-saw puzzle, with roles to play to make our marriages work, our work environments saner, other people better and our country prosperous!