This practice goes back a long way. Do you remember the fall of Adam and Eve? After Adam ate the fruit - do you remember what he did? He blame Eve for giving him the fruit! Then he blamed God for creating the woman. It is easy to blame others for our own mistakes.
In Pro. 19 the message Bible says: " People ruin their lives by their own stupidity, so why does God always get blamed?" Pro. 19:13 Adam blamed God for the mistake he made - we blame God for our mistakes sometimes too. All of our actions have consequences. If I drop the ball do I need to complain when it bounces back?... You know the Bible says : " Whatever a man sows he will also reap." Gal 6:7b: When I bring problems into my life, I have no legitimate right to complain about it.
You are free to do whatever you want in your life - sometimes we make wise choices - sometimes we made stupid choices - but whatever the choices we make - we need to take responsibility for them. The consequences will follow. Accept responsibility for your own life and the choices that you make. The changes that are going to take place are because of the decisions you choose.
There are 3 kinds of people in life : accusers, excusers, and choosers. Accusers are always going around saying " It's your fault." When Adam sinned he blamed his wife and then blamed God. He was accuser. Excusers say " I'm a product of my environment. It's not really my fault." The people that are really successful in life are neither accusers nor excusers - they are choosers. They accept responsibility for their own decisions.When they reap what they sow they accept it and move ahead.
(Excerpt from : Sermon center .org)