The current research aims to identify Suspicious Thinking and its relationship to self-blame among female students in the Kindergarten Department. To achieve the research objectives, the two researchers built a scale of Suspicious Thinking according to the (Bobko, 2014) model, which consisted of (39) verbal items. The two researchers also adopted a scale of self-blame. (Abbas 2021), which is based on Brown’s theory (Bolman, 1976), which consisted of (24) verbal paragraphs. The researcher verified the apparent validity and consistency of the parasitological thinking scale, and calculated its stability by the re-test method, as the reliability coefficient reached (0.923), and by the alpha method. Cronbach), as the reliability coefficient reached (0.919), and the researcher verified the apparent validity of the self-blame scale and the consistency of its paragraphs, and calculated its stability by the re-test method, as the reliability coefficient reached (0.888) and by the (Vakronbach) method, as the stability coefficient reached (0.866), and the researcher applied the two scales On the research sample of (400) female students from the Kindergarten Department in the Kindergarten Department of the College of Basic Education, Al-Mustansiriya University, the sample was chosen by the simple random stratified method, and the research data was processed by statistical methods that are compatible with the nature and objectives of the current research, and among these methods The t-test for one sample, the t-test for two independent samples (Pearson's correlation coefficient), and the researcher concluded that the kindergarten students are not characterized by Suspicious Thinking, and they do not have self-blame, and there is a strong positive correlation between Suspicious Thinking and self-blame, and in light of the results that have been reached In the current research, the researcher presented a number of recommendations and proposals.