A lady was sharing with me her plight ... She gave her husband control to make her decisions. When certain situations are to her advantage, she is in agreement — with others, she feels stuck, finding herself in a turmoil of emotions.
… she might have thought it would be easier, her husband knew more, she might be ‘wrong’ … maybe even believing her husband was smarter… with years of avoiding decision making for herself, it’s no surprise she was feeling resentful and bitter.
By not making a decision is making a decision.
Who is responsible? ... As one experiences powerlessness, bellows “not me” forgoes developing character (exercising the brain by asking questions, learning more information, applying clarity, focus, perseverance and a whole lot more).
Blame is self-defeating.
To move out of this situation, a decision is necessary.
Decisions are inevitable, some pleasant and others down right uncomfortable. When we give up our right to make a decision and let someone else be responsible for us, we also give up our belief in ourselves and God.