He sold her drugs, she fall into coma for 11 days and suffered a hear attack. Once she woke up, she sued the drug dealer for endangering her life. “”I sued him for negligence… for selling me drugs and getting me hooked when I was vulnerable.”
Is this misplaced responsibility and blaming others? Or about accepting responsibility?
Okay – let’s say, she is clean now, and that is good. She accepted the responsibility of her having been a drug addict. Is her lesson that she is sueing the drug dealer? How is she going forward?
I believe if she is only in it for the money, she has not learnt much. If she is using the money that she might get to help others get out of drug addiction – she has learnt something.
What do you think?
Andreas is the founder of Asia Mind Dynamics and a certified trainer of internationally recognised certification programmes:
- Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) with the American Board of Neuro Linguistic Programming (ABNLP),
- NLP Coach Training with the Coaching Division of ABNLP,
- The Words That Change Minds -Language and Behaviour Profile of which he also is one of 17 Global Master Trainers
- Creating Your Future Coaching™ Techniques at the Masters Level with the International Timeline Therapy Association
- Hypnosis with the American Board of Hypnotherapy (ABH)
- Master Trainer with the International Association of Counsellors and Therapists (IACT).
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