It’s important to recognize mind games in relationships.
Blaming is a dangerous game that can hurt both parties.
Blamers lack self-esteem and project their issues onto others.
Take time alone to gain perspective on the situation.
If the blame continues, it’s time to leave the relationship.
Shaming is a toxic and subtle form of manipulation.
Shamers tear you down to build themselves up due to co-dependency.
Don't engage with the shaming and walk away from the relationship.
Blamers and shamers often appear successful but struggle with low self-esteem.
They may lie and throw their problems onto others.
People with chronic low self-esteem need professional help.
If someone refuses to stop playing mind games, it's time to let go.