What gives you the right too make people explain themselves?

Hey,

The next ‘rant’ post I thought I’d is about people pressurising others to explain their actions. We each have our own mind and can do and think what we want but people always ask why? Why are you doing that? Why?

What is the need to ask why you’ve chosen to do something. Some people like me find it really hard to come to a decision so when I’ve made my decision I feel proud but it always knocks me down when people make me explain why I have chosen to do something!

I shouldn’t have to spend a long time explaining to people who after they ask don’t care about the reason behind it. Decisions are made daily but some people go out of their to make someone feel bad about themselves because of what they want to do.

Do what you want to because it will make you happy, don’t feel like you can’t do it because someone is going to ask why you’ve done it.

If you’ve ever been asked why you’ve done something, don’t ever feel like you have to explain to someone who might end up telling others or making you feel bad about it.

Thank you for reading!

Laurenn x

 

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  1. Hi Lauren,
    You only need care about the opinion of the person in the mirror–you.
    I met you on Danny Ray’s site. Congratulations on being his featured blogger. I was his featured blogger too! Perhaps you’ll check out my site if you could use a blogging tip or two. That’s what I write about.
    Janice

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