Confusion with “should” and “shouldn’t” as I am working the worksheets in How To Enjoy Being You

*starting on page 23-26
We are asked to do a model on our answers to the questions. They are should questions. I am confused on what the C line is. C lines need to be factual and no questions. It is factual that the worksheets asked “How should the world be instead?” or “What do you think “should ” be different about you?” but these are questions. .. would the C line just be World or My different thoughts?

When the word “should or shouldn’t” is used most times, isn’t that a red flag that the person is seeing one way, judging, not incorporating the 50/50 concept? A good question might be ” What if there is nothing wrong with ___ (world)?”

Do you have any better understanding or clarification please?

When answering the questions on page 23, here is my model. It’s somewhat confusing. Can you help me clean it up please?

C. How should the world be different
T. Too much blaming of circumstance, (issue is outside of me and I think it shouldn’t be),
When asked “what if there is nothing wrong with blaming” ok so maybe it’s not about blaming but, power? when I am in a conversation where I blame the other, thinking it is the situation that is causing me to feel powerless and not seeing it is my thought about power , I giving my power way and don’t feel I have any other choice.
F. Powerless
A Try to control, not accepting, defend my self/view, and then just give up. I can’t make my point clear.
R. I give my power away.
I can keep my power by saying to myself ” I give them permission to blame/think whatever they want.”

What are the main lessons of the worksheets from page 23 -25? To help me see that the world is 50/50? That there is nothing wrong with the world, me being different, or other people? It is just full of differences, which is a fact of living a human experience. Is it when I think it is or judge it as a problem, it becomes a problem for me?