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Sorry that I ruin everything, I don't do it on purpose

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Sorry that I ruin everything, I don't do it on purpose

I think we've all been in a situation where we feel like we're constantly messing things up, despite our best intentions. It can be incredibly frustrating and disheartening to feel like we're always the one causing problems or making mistakes. The phrase "Sorry that I ruin everything, I don't do it on purpose" perfectly encapsulates this feeling of helplessness and self-blame.

When we find ourselves in this position, it's important to remember that we are not alone. Everyone makes mistakes and has moments where things don't go as planned. It's a natural part of being human. However, it can be easy to fall into a pattern of negative self-talk and self-blame when we feel like we're constantly messing up.

It's important to remember that most of the time, we are not intentionally trying to ruin things or cause problems. We are simply doing the best we can with the knowledge and resources we have at the time. Sometimes things just don't go our way, despite our best efforts.

It's also important to remember that it's okay to make mistakes. Mistakes are a part of life and they help us learn and grow. It's how we respond to our mistakes that truly matters. Instead of beating ourselves up over every little thing that goes wrong, we can choose to learn from our mistakes and use them as opportunities for growth and self-improvement.

If you find yourself constantly feeling like you're ruining everything, it may be helpful to talk to someone about how you're feeling. Whether it's a friend, family member, or therapist, having someone to talk to can help you gain perspective and work through your feelings of self-blame.

Remember, you are not alone in feeling like you're constantly messing things up. It's okay to make mistakes and it's okay to ask for help when you need it. You are not defined by your mistakes, but by how you choose to respond to them.
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