Welcome back to Transformation Tuesday at Createyou86. This post might seem insensitive to some, but I can't stand apologizing for who I am. You should never have to feel sorry for the things that you believe. If you believe them strongly enough stand up for yourself, and your beliefs. This is that post for me so if you are easily offended you might want to skip this post.
I'm not sorry for the removal of toxic friends and family from my life. No one has time for that especially me.
I'm not sorry that I have strong political opinions, and that I am educated about my thoughts on politics.
I'm not sorry that I have strong religious opinions, and that I'm educated about my thoughts on religion.
I'm not sorry that I am persuing something that I enjoy instead of what someone else thinks I should be persuing.
I'm not sorry that I found the love of my life in an unexpected place, and had to go through hell to get where I am.
I'm not sorry that I have my own fashion sense, and don't care what main stream media says. Yes, I like some mainstream fashion, but i'm more worried about being comfortable in the clothes I wear than making a fashion statement.
I'm not sorry for my taste in music, books, gaming (because yes I'm a gamer girl), and my deep seeded enjoyment of the Kardashians. My opinion is mine alone.
I'm not sorry for anything written on this blog. It is my intellectual property and I can write what I want. (Source - Look through my lens blog)
I'm not sorry that I stand up for my friends weather it is in person or on social media. There is just too much talking behind the back going on, and if you want people to take you seriously don't talk about people behind their back you will get caught, and you will get exposed.
I'm not sorry that I don't really drink anymore. I went through a period where I drank alot, and I just dont see the need to waste money drinking anymore. Most of my family, and friends drink socially, and that is cool, I might join you for one here or there, but don't try to pressure me into it. It makes me respect you less.
I'm not sorry about my past. It has made me the person I am today, and I enjoy who I am.
I'm not sorry for not letting other people make decisions for me. Not your life, not your place.
I don't need your approval darling, that's for insecure people.
This post was originally found at
Look Through My Lens Blog . I thought it was awesome, and wanted to do an omage to the post with my own additions.
What are you #sorrynotsorry for? Let us know in the comments below!