Andy Core is an expert in Work-Life Balance, Wellbeing, and Peak Human Performance
Everyone has an opinion, and they may or may not be right. The good news is, most other people’s opinions don’t really mean that much in your life. You are entitled to your own set of moral convictions, as long as they are within the limits of legal and social responsibility.
If you are married or in a committed relationship, it’s always good to consider the thoughts of your significant other. But in your relationship, as well as in your personal life, only you can make the decisions that affect your life.
You must follow your own heart and mind, and stay true to your own morals. At the end of the day, the only person you will always have to answer to is yourself. If you let the opinions or coaxing of others to push you into doing something that you feel is wrong, you are the one who will have to deal with the fallout.
Don’t participate in something that you feel is morally wrong, no matter who else may try to convince you to do so. In the end, you will likely be left feeling guilty and remorseful, and may even lose someone or something that you love in the process. Stay true to you, and even if things go badly, at least you’ll have your convictions, and you can begin to rebuild upon those.
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