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Don’t say sorry about these 11 things

Your religious and political beliefs

What you believe in is your choice. You can share it with others or not, as long as it makes you feel comfortable.

End or don’t want to start a friendship

Some friendships start out okay, but over time they can become toxic. If you have a “friend” who doesn’t respect you, doesn’t value your friendship, or makes you feel like you can’t be yourself, it’s time to sever the relationship. Don’t let that “friend” convince you that something needs to be saved. Also, don’t pressure yourself to start a new friendship with someone you know you wouldn’t be. No matter what others say, only you know what’s best for you.

Your relationship

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Don’t let other people control your love life. Only you can decide which relationship brings you the most happiness.

You may have met a very interesting person online and really want to confide in your best friend. But what they respond is that they do not understand what you find interesting in that person and it is all virtual without meeting face-to-face. You don’t need to feel guilty or have to explain and even more so, you don’t need to go to see someone’s face according to someone’s arrangement. Only you know yourself best, only you know how your heart feels.

Single relationship

You are a strong, independent person and do not need family members or friends to pressure you about your single status. Maybe you’re enjoying your freedom, being able to do whatever you want; maybe you’ve been searching but haven’t found the right person… Whatever the reason, you don’t have to force them to share them with anyone if you don’t feel comfortable.

You are not sorry

If you do not feel guilty, you are under no obligation to apologise. You are kidding yourself if you say that you regret what you did when the truth is not. Any apology should be made out of sincerity and genuine remorse, not because someone else wants you to do it.

You do not agree

You probably have a friend who thinks he’s always right and is always too eager to share his opinion on every topic asked or not. He can be very confident and that’s fine, but you have the right to disagree. Don’t shy away from sharing a conflicting opinion just because it might make the other person uncomfortable. Let your voice be heard and respect everyone’s opinion.

You refuse to gossip

We all know the consequences of gossip, but many people still enjoy it and want others to join them. If you hear someone spreading a rumor or they ask you to contribute more, put it down immediately. Giving in can damage your own reputation, so let the gossipers know that you don’t care.

Your look

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You can dye your hair the color you like, wear makeup the way you want, wear what you want, and love your body. How you look is your own business and once you no longer feel the need to explain to anyone why you look the way you do, you will begin to appreciate yourself.

Your financial situation

Whether you’re well off or just making a living, you don’t need to prove your bank account or tell anyone about your salary. People are worth more than the money they make.

Do you want to spend time alone?

There is a difference between being alone and being alone, don’t confuse the two. Sometimes, you simply want to be alone. Everyone deserves some time to rest, to lounge around, watch a movie or read a book, do whatever they like, separate from the rest of the world.

Don’t feel guilty about changing plans because you need some alone time. Your mental and emotional health comes first and your friends need to respect that.

How do you raise your children?

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Each pair of parents come from different cultures, live in different periods, experience different childhoods and conditions that can affect the way they raise their children. There’s no one-size-fits-all approach, and don’t let anyone make you feel guilty for criticizing the way you raised your child. Listen if it’s constructive feedback and don’t feel obligated to explain if they don’t cooperate.

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