Never be ashamed of these things!
Relations aren’t a stroll in the park. It requires sincere intent, determination, dedication, and compromises to keep them going. No matter how much you prefer it, there will be to be times within your relationship where you will have to pay reparations for something or another. This doesn’t mean that you must owe your spouse an apology for every small-mindedness. However, every now and then, you’ll be faced with various issues where you have to stand up for yourself and, with no pretext or hesitation, show the courage to stand up for your beliefs. This is why we have compiled a list of 8 points to never apologize to your spouse.
1. Your past
It is something I am a firm believer in myself. It doesn’t matter if you’re the ideal of virtue and purity or if you’ve been a victim of teen lovers over the years; you shouldn’t need to apologize for anything on your past. This isn’t only the case to sowing wild Oats. In fact, if you’ve previously been subject to addiction but have since changed your life for the better, You shouldn’t let someone to blame you for it at the moment. Everyone has made mistakes over the years, but hardly anyone is invincible as a result, and having someone manipulating you into feeling negative about yourself due to your past is not just a bad manner, but it is also not a way to portray them in a positive perspective.
2. Your faith
As interracial marriages become more popular, It is not unusual to find a religion partner that is different from your own. However, whether you opt to remain in your faith in the course of the course of a relationship or to convert to your partner’s is a choice that is entirely yours. A person who you truly love will be willing to accept your beliefs despite different beliefs of your beliefs. After getting in a relationship, a lot of people will question their partner’s faith and point at them that they should change to their own beliefs. It is often done subconsciously and is usually done with a negative question here or even a raised eyebrow here. However, in some cases, people deliberately have discussions about their religion and do not realize that such actions typically lead to the ending of relationships. A person’s faith is a personal issue and should not be something that one would need to apologize for.
3. A true opinion
If you’re as open and unaffected as I am, you are aware of what I am talking about. If someone is honest and clear in all aspects of their life, then it is likely that they will do exactly the same when it comes to relationships. This is precisely what you should behave, Particularly when it comes to relationships. The people we love most deserve the truth of our opinions in every aspect of our lives, and if we are unable to offer them this, we need to consider what to consider our relationship seriously. It could be like the opinions on that soul patch they’ve made a decision to wear, or something more significant like the new job they’re accepting across the nation. The reality is that being an honest person isn’t something that you have to apologize for. Instead, your partner should be thankful for their luck since honest people are just like gold dust today.
4. Your beliefs and values
When in the course of a relationship, we usually expect our spouse to share the same beliefs and values that we do. If they don’t, it is easy to blame the person for it. It doesn’t matter if you think family is a fundamental aspect or not consider the institution of marriage; whether you commit to living responsibly or are an affluent woman following in the footsteps of Malalai Joya and others, these are your own beliefs and values that you should not ever be able to regret. As far as this is concerned, even a subject like your opinions on the premarital relationship is your persona, and not subject to criticism or ridicule. It is not necessary to apologize for these views. It’s not your spouse and not to anyone else.
5. Your family members
Friendships are the icing on the cake of our lives. While having a good friend as a partner is a great blessing, keeping friendships apart and from the relationship you share is crucial. Suppose you’re one of the people who have an untrustworthy and controlling partner. In that case, you’ll spend the remainder of your relationship creating resentment towards your partner or end it quicker than you could admit to it. Do not apologize for having friends. Aren’t Spice Girls say much the similar thing, though with a more memorable song “If you want to be my love, you have to be with my friends …”
6. Your dreams
The absence of your dreams can leave people with regrets and whispered sighs that “if only.” …” you could just forgive yourself for dreaming. Don’t apologize for the pursuit of those dreams. Don’t ever apologize for living life to the fullest. It’s hard not to think of the powerful song by Will Smith’s, where he states that it all “Don’t ever let someone tell you that you can’t do something… You gotta dream, you gotta protect it.”
7. You’re looking for time to yourself
If you’re in a relationship that has children likely appreciate this better than anybody else. Whatever the case, at times, you’re truly in need of a peaceful space away from your spouse and all the obligations that come with life. The desire to be alone is not something that you should be embarrassed about and anyone who criticizes your desire for it must be made to appreciate the importance of dedicating time to yourself. Being alone would provide you with the chance to relax, let go of the burden of work, and restart to let your creativity flow once again and allowing you to feel more connected to your loved ones. Happy people make other people happy.
8. Being yourself
It is not more attractive than someone who is entirely themselves. It’s not often seen these days when pretentiousness is a standard feature. It is also unreasonable to expect a partner to adhere to our notions of what is ideal, and to try to control their thoughts and to control their emotions and ideas is a far cry from the norm. It is impossible to put people in the same box as we do according to our ideals. Ethan Hawke, from one of his outstanding performances and my personal favorite, is the best at expressing this sentiment than any actor I’ve ever seen, “I’m okay with you being a human being who is complex! I don’t want to be living a dull life…where two people are confined in a shackle that other people made .” In truth, what person would ever like to? There is nothing more infuriating than an apology to someone for being who you are by acting in a persona you’re not. Someone who is truly loved will accept you as you are.