It’s a fact of life that there will be times when a genuine apology is required, but many of the actions that actually elicit an “I’m sorry” aren’t anything to be contrite over.
You Should Never Apologize for
- Telling the Truth
Strong people tell the truth. Never apologize for being strong. Even if the truth hurts, the benefits of honesty far outweigh the initial sting of the truth.Be true to who you are and don’t worry about what other people think. Over apologizing or saying I’m sorry when it’s not necessary reduces self-esteem over time. Save “I’m sorry” for when you actually make a mistake.
- Making choice that honor your needs
Since when is it okay to say you’re sorry for being a happy person? Being happy is a vital to our health. People may call you “silly” for taking part in a good laugh, or by constantly having a smile on you face, but nobody should spend their life in a negative state of mind.
A life lived with regret is yours to miss. Never apologize for following a dream because that dream makes you who you are. You will never fulfill happiness unless you live your dreams instead of dreaming your life.
- Having a unique personality
Never say you are sorry for defending your values, morals, ethics,religious or spiritual beliefs.Leaders never apologize for doing what they feel is right. Imperfections are what makes you beautiful and unique.Never say you’re sorry for a quality that makes you imperfectly perfect.
Everybody, at some point, has dwelled over their “flaws,” or what society tells us is unacceptable. Learning to accept them may be difficult, but when you do, do not feel sorry for it.
- Cuting out toxic individuals
You should never say that you are sorry for letting go of someone who hurts you. Understanding an unhealthy relationship holds you back from reaching your full potential is a huge step forward. Be proud and surround yourself with people who celebrate your courage. Sometimes in life, we are given circumstances that may involve making tough decisions.
Surrounding yourself with hurtful people is not healthy. Whether it be a boyfriend/girlfriend, or just a friend, we need to learn to not apologize for leaving them in the past. Saying “I’m sorry” for leaving somebody who hurt you is unnecessary.
- Expressing an opinion
Respecting your own limitations is a sign of self respect. If you cannot give 100 percent to something you should never apologize for saying no. The ability to say no is a sign of a good leader.
- Enjoing your fabulous reflextion in the mirror
You will never be successful and fulfill your happiness unless you first take care of yourself. Always take care of your own needs and take “me time” to do things that make you happy.
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- Living life on your own terms
Never allow anyone to make you feel guilty over your priorities. Always take care of your own priorities first. If it’s important to you then it is important. The people who matter will respect your choice.Never apologize for treating yourself to something special.
Buying yourself something nice improves your self esteem. Happy and successful people know their own desires are important to a fulfilling life.
- Loving who you love
Celebrate the fact that you are able to love. There are many people in the world too scared to take a chance on love in the first place. It doesn’t matter who you love or if they love you back. The fact that you can love is what’s important.
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