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What is Blame Frame?
The Blame Frame uses contrasting examples as a way to assist others to understand the significance of new concepts. The blame frame poses a series of questions that are problem oriented and lead to experiences of limitation and lack of choice. These questions demand explanations of why a person doesn’t have what they want based on their existing excuses and justifications.
The Blame Frame involves you reactively moving away from what you don’t want. It can leave you feeling powerless, vulnerable and helpless (and in victim mode.)