We all have indiscretions, but where some of us will own up to ours, others simply choose to ignore theirs, will still see themselves as perfect, as they continue to point the finger.
Perhaps then, instead of pointing the finger, apportioning blame and falling out in the process, we need to just accept we have indiscretions and that we’re not in fact perfect. Pointing the finger in someone else’s direction because they’re simply being honest about our behaviour, isn’t the way to go.
It’s important we’re honest on the things we choose to ignore, simply because it’s right. In the long term we will always get caught out. It’s right to own our indiscretions. They’re ours after all.