I have just come back from a few days away as it is school holiday. We decided to travel by train as driving causes me stress - my wife and I usually end up arguing over directions. Airports give me stress as they are so busy. So we didnt go abroad - I prefer Britain anyway. I had all the times sorted out for the trains but when we got to the station early this morning on our return trip, my teenage son suggested that if we run we could get an earlier train. Needless to say that we missed that train and I was told it was my fault - or thats how I felt.
I feel that everything that goes wrong is my fault like when we arrived at the hotel on Monday the view out of the room was bad. I asked to be moved. As I had booked the room I felt it was my fault that the view was bad.
I hate feeling like this and I feel everyone is out to catch me out, as well as blaming me for everything. I know this isn't true as a good CBT rule is to look for the evidence of this fact.
When I cant find evidence it doesn't really make me feel better.
How do I overcome this and start feeling good about myself?