Today’s world seems to have more people criticizing others than ever, and some people spend most of their time criticizing how others live. However, you don’t have to hand over your power to others. You don’t owe anyone an explanation about your lifestyle, your choices, or who you choose to spend time with. So, never say ” I’m sorry ” for the things you have and deserve, or for the choices you make for your own good. Remember that seeking personal well-being is the main thing to help others achieve theirs, if they ask for your help.

These are 12 things you should never say “sorry” about

At the end of the day, if you feel happy and love the life you live, that’s all that really matters. If you live by your truth, you don’t have to feel ashamed or apologize to anyone. Other people don’t have to dictate how you live your life, so never say ” sorry ” about the following things, but without intentionally going over others to get what you want.

1. Make your life a priority

Somehow making your own heart happy became a selfish idea. In reality, no one else can offer you the happiness you can give yourself, so it only makes sense to make your own fulfillment a priority.

If you’ve taken your life into your own hands instead of waiting for others to teach you how to live it, then you’ve already mastered an important aspect of self-development. We all have a 100% responsibility for how we choose to live our lives, and only by putting our needs first can we attempt to help others in need as well. After all, how can we help others if we don’t first tackle how to help ourselves?

2. Follow your dreams

Wanting more in life doesn’t make you ungrateful or crazy; makes you ambitious. It means that you have goals and dreams, and you want to fulfill them while you can. It means that you don’t settle for less than what you know you are capable of. Others may see you as an unrealistic dreamer who will never find happiness, but it doesn’t matter what others think in the end.

You can express gratitude for what you’ve been blessed with as you aspire for more in life, so never feel bad about having big dreams. Go after them with all your heart, and the universe will surprise you in ways you never imagined.

3. Make time for yourself

In this fast-paced world, most of us spend so much time caring for others and attending to their needs that we forget about our own. However, if we don’t fill our own cup, how can we hope that there will be something left for others?

Personal care is not selfish; it is necessary for our health. Don’t apologize for turning down an invitation or saying no to someone to take care of you. Whether you book a 5-star vacation or an afternoon at the spa, you should always be the first thing in your life and you should never feel bad about taking a “good time”.

4. Who do you choose to date?

Again, no one else can decide for you who you should date. No one can decide whether you like girls, boys, or both, only you, so don’t let anyone else make you feel ashamed of who you are romantically involved with. As long as you really love and care for the person, then feel free to date whoever you want. We are all one, after all, and love lives in all of us. If someone expresses concern about who you are dating or just doesn’t agree, then they don’t deserve a place in your life. Point.

5. Express emotions

Unfortunately, the emotional shame is now real. We act like robots in much of society, waiting for us to obey and not express how we feel. Don’t let anyone tell you that you can’t express yourself. Of course, you probably shouldn’t get mad at your boss right before getting a promotion, for example, but in general, we live in a very suffocated society where people don’t feel comfortable expressing themselves. There is a time and place for every emotion, but never feel embarrassed by how you feel at any given moment.6. How do you earn money?

As long as you feel emotionally and mentally satisfied with your work, then never say “sorry” about it. It doesn’t matter if you earn thousands or hundreds a year, the dollar amount doesn’t matter if you don’t feel satisfied with your calling. Anything that makes you feel accomplished while helping you keep food on the table is enough, so don’t let anyone let you feel like it’s not.

7. Be optimistic

In a world where people are constantly telling us to hope for the best, but to prepare for the worst, holding our heads high can seem quite challenging. However, many scientists and researchers around the world have recognized the many benefits of positive thinking, including decreased stress, longer life, increased creativity, and more. Staying positive in tough times can make us more resilient and able to meet challenges.

8. Your past

Some people love to mention all the mistakes you made in the past, but if they do, just remember this: As they sat there criticizing you and your life, you had experiences and learned from them. At the end of our lives, we will only have our experiences and memories to carry on, so do n’t let anyone make you feel bad about your past . We live and learn, and our past doesn’t have to define us.

9. Your diet

People love to tell others how to eat and what will make them feel better, but at the end of the day, it’s your body. Just as you shouldn’t tell others how to eat, don’t let them dictate your eating habits either. From vegans to carnivores, everyone thinks they know the optimal diet for humans, but in reality, only you can decide what looks best to you, not anyone else.

10. Defy the system

Others like to criticize all aspects of people’s lives in today’s world, to such an extent that people feel guilty about how they choose to live. Just live in your truth and you don’t care what others say; Remember, if someone feels threatened by how they live their life, they might actually be jealous of you. Sometimes people feel so uncomfortable and dissatisfied with their own lives that they have to hit others to feel better.

If you want to homeschool your children, live outside the system, eat only from your own garden, let food be your medicine, and teach your children peace and love instead of what’s on TV, don’t apologize. Everyone deserves to live the life they want without feeling remorse for simply following their hearts.

11. Your opinions

You can still respect someone without agreeing with them. You can remain civil and respectful without agreeing, too. If you have an opinion, feel free to express it, even if it doesn’t seem like the “popular” choice. The world will never change if we keep our opinions to ourselves, because often the best ideas come from opinions and points of view.

So, never say “I’m sorry” for these things and others where they put your well-being, integrity and progress as a person in the first place, as it should be, that will make you a person without guilt, without fear and with many tools to achieve it. that you propose.

By Dr. Eric Jackson

Dr. Eric Jackson provides primary Internal Medicine care for men and women and treats patients with bone and mineral diseases, diabetes, heart conditions, and other chronic illnesses.He is a Washington University Bone Health Program physician and is a certified Bone Densitometrist. Dr. Avery is consistently recognized in "The Best Doctors in America" list.

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