10 things don’t apologize for, because life is hard enough. Surely you may be tempted but don’t apologize even when you think you should. Those who truly care for you will understand.
Things Don’t Apologize For
- Your priorities
- Following your dreams
- Your imperfections
- Taking care of yourself
- Saying no
Don’t Apologize For Your priorities
If it’s important to you be proud of it and don’t apologize for it.
There may be situations where you may feel the urge to dampen the importance of your priorities because others don’t understand or value what you prioritize. Don’t worry it’s natural.
In fact, as human beings, there is that pull that encourages us to make others feel comfortable even at our own expense.
However, remember you don’t have to. Thus, whenever you feel the urge to apologize for your priorities remember what you value matter, and most of all you matter.
For Following Your Dreams
Having dreams is a fundamental part of life.
Dreams inspire us, give us hope, strengthen our faith, and direct our path.
Without dreams, one’s life purpose can easily be misdirected and left unfulfilled. To live is to dream, to hope, and to live purposely.
Hence, apologizing for following your dreams is like apologizing for choosing to live purposely.
Don’t Apologize For Your Imperfections
Your imperfects are a part of you.
Apologizing for your imperfections is like apologizing for what helps make you unique – apologizing for who you are and what can’t be charged.
So be proud of what helps make you special.
For Taking Care Of Yourself
Self-care is important it’s not selfish.
Taking time to rejuvenate and refocus is important.
So don’t let anyone make you feel improper, for taking care of yourself. Understand, in order to create and produce at your best you need to be your best self.
Don’t Apologize For Saying No
It’s easy to over-commit in order to please, to be cordial, or just to be nice.
However, in most cases, it’s better to say no when you don’t have the money, time, other resources, and more importantly when you’re just not interested.
If anything, it shows maturity and respect for others. Unfortunately saying no isn’t always easy hence the reason there’s the urge to apologize.
However, remember there is no need to apologize – it’s okay to say no just like it’s okay to say yes.
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Things Don’t Apologize For
- Someone’s mistake
- Doing what makes you happy
- Living your life
- Wanting more
- Seeking help
For Someone’s Mistake
If you are respectful enough not to take credit for someone’s success don’t apologize for their mistake.
Instead, let grown folks stand tall and take accountability for their actions.
For Doing What Makes You Happy
The easiest way to be miserable is to constantly do what makes you unhappy.
In general, doing what makes you happy helps you embrace your freedom in a magical way nothing else can, so never apologize for that magic.
For Living Your Life
Your lifestyle may or may not conform to society standards, but it’s your life and your choices.
Should you ever feel the need to apologize for living your life then it’s time to reevaluate your life choices, besides that don’t apologize.
For Wanting More Out Of Life
It’s completely natural to want more out of life – to want to progress – to want to “glow-up” – to want a better life.
Therefore, keep on hustling, stay focus on your goals, work hard, and don’t apologize for pursuing a better life.
Those who want the best for you won’t need nor accept the apology.
For Seeking Help
Remember three things about seeking help.
Firstly, be resourceful enough to seek help when you need to.
Secondly, never be too proud to seek help.
Lastly, don’t apologize for seeking the help you need.