You Should Never Apologise For…!

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You Should Never Apologise For…!


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Life is complicated, and we tend to complicate it even more with our thoughts and actions. 

There are moments in life when we feel that the world might be against us, and we see that in others’ actions. And occasionally, it simply feels like you exist for the betterment of others. Load WordPress Sites in as fast as 37ms!

Although it might not feel good now. 

There comes a time to stand your ground and make choices that directly impact your future, even if this means you’re going to lose some people along the way. 

In this part of the article “You Should Never Apologise For…!”, we list a few things you should never apologise for…! 

Please fasten your seat belt, as your life is about to get upside down!

Not given a Fuck about other people’s drama.

People create non-problems to keep themselves busy from actually dealing with the things that matter in their lives.

There wasn’t a time, where this is more accurate than today.

We live in a reality TV type of existence, where people will focus and spend their time on the dumbest things.

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You should stop giving a Fuck about many things and shift your priorities altogether.

We’re currently travelling around the world for you guys, and the first book we crushed on our trip is “the subtle art of not giving a Fuck”.

We found it an exciting and easy read that bashes most of what self-help books preach.

Here is a quote from the book we liked “no genuinely happy person feels the need to stand in front of a mirror and tell herself she’s happy. She is.

Your Sexual Appetite.

You are married under the banner of Arranged Marriage or Love Marriage. But your partner fails to satisfy your physical needs. Especial mention to those who got married under a family scheme of “Arranged Marriage”!

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Now, what to do?

Keep waiting for your partner to grow wise, understand your physical needs, and satisfy them? If they never wake up from their deep sleep, then what to do?

Allow sexual frustrations to pile up inside your mind and body and keep regretting your life for accepting your spouse’s marriage proposal?

Masturbate with your hands to cope up with accumulated sexual frustration?

Or go out on unconventional roads of “Extra Marital Affair”, where you try to satisfy your physical needs with someone not married to you or, in other words, “Outside Marriage”? SEMrush

In the Indian Sub-Continent, a person trying their hand to satisfy their sexual needs outside marriage is seen as the most prominent criminal of society.

Like hunger for food, everybody is different and have different physical needs like intimate hugs or sex!

So, can we blame our spouse if their sexual appetite is lesser than yours?

Technically speaking, No! 

Is it okay to die with piled-up sexual hunger just because your spouse had lesser sexual needs?

Or your spouse is sexually satisfied because they have Extra Marital Affairs without your knowledge?

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With no sex education from parents or school, there are so many confusions regarding sex in the minds of young men and women, which leads to no knowledge about their sexual appetite and their basic requirements from marriage.

Still, the countries with nil sex education somehow manage to have World’s highest population! How? God knows!

So, Explicit Facts of Life is to somehow manage the show, keeping a good balance between your sexual needs, family requirements, and sexual precautions (so that you and your partner don’t contract STDs), if your partner just fails to satisfy your physical requirements.grammarly

At this point, we are not advertising or promoting Extra Marital Affairs… 

But we also don’t recommend an innocent soul dying silently due to accumulating sexual frustrations, as your spouse has a different sexual appetite than yours.

Where you come from. 

You are the result of your environment.

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You are born and infused with traditions, beliefs, and experiences, which are highly different from everyone else. 

You don’t have a say in where you’re born, and nobody’s able to hold you accountable for such a thing. 

Instead, we focus on the path we choose to take, one of growth, one of building yourself, and you move on through life. 

“It’s not yours to say where you are born and how you were raised, but you bear the responsibility for where you live and how you raise yourself from that ground up!”

Calling someone on their bullshit. 

Want to help someone? Call them out on their bullshit.

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Help them realize that they are actively eluding themselves, even if that person is yourself. 

That’s what we try to do with our articles ever published on 

We try never to shy away from speaking our mind in a way that could make us confront reality for what it is. 

Although it might sound harsh sometimes, it’s the best gift you can give someone if you do so in a constructive way. 

This ability to detect bullshit is a surprisingly valuable skill, which can make the difference if you’re going to be successful or not. 

Telling the truth. 

Not telling the truth is a dangerous place to find yourself in. 

It’s a never-ending spiral that only brushes the shit on the floor under the carpet. 

The shit’s still there, but you’re just pretending it isn’t. 

You should never apologize for telling the truth, no matter how dirty it is. 

Once it’s out and everyone knows it, you can start dealing with it.

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Telling the truth is a great point to completely restart your life because if you live the truth, nothing else can control you. 

Slightly on topic, if your life is shitty right now, there’s an exciting book called “in the Buddhist words”, an anthology of discourses from the Pali Canon.

We know it sounds weird, but we promise you’ll find it enlightening. 

Some of you may know PewDiePie, has fellow nine-year-olds.

We got the recommendation from one of his videos, where he said he found it to be one of the most valuable books he’s ever read.

You are spending your hard-earned money on the things that you value. 

It would be best if you had rewards in your life to keep the game interesting enough to keep playing. tubebuddy

We use rewards to motivate ourselves to do better. 

Without these milestone rewards, you would lock yourself in a room and trade your time for money, playing for an imaginary high score; good luck living a happy life that way. 

You should never feel bad about spending on things you find valuable for yourself. 

The catch is identifying the difference between good spending and just wasting money. It’s a subtle but crucial difference. 

We found from personal experience that we get the most out of travelling to different countries. 

It’s one of those things where the farther you go, the more you learn about yourself and the world around you. 

The ROI is always positive.

Leaving toxic people behind. 

Sometimes you must cut old friends off; life happens.

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We each make our choices, and sometimes you grow into different people with different values and expectations. 

Life is a lot more enjoyable when you’re surrounded by people who are actively trying to push you forward and for whom you would do the same. 

You’re just growing your wings.

As an esteemed member of the “Explicit Fasts Community”, you don’t need people holding you down as you learn to fly. 

If you’re the first in your circle to make it, offer your help to others to bring them up as well, but be careful not everybody is willing to fly with you.

You’re quirky passions. 

There are so many of us living on this tiny Rock, resulting in millions and millions of variables and iterations of evolution. 

Some of us will be slightly different from others. We’ll have somewhat different passions and interests. 

If you’re not hurting anyone and your passion feeds your soul, go for it, no matter how weird it might be.

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Did you know that Queen Elizabeth II catches bats as a hobby? 

That there’s something called extreme ironing and some people in the US enjoy mooing.

You can google these things for yourself. 

All in all, you should start standing up for yourself and do what’s right for you in the long run. 

We’re curious to hear from you.

What’s the one thing you regret apologizing for in life? 

Please leave your answer in the comments below, and as always, the best ones will get a reply from us.

Trust us; we read every comment without fail.

Saying no when you need to. 

It seems that people have a challenging time saying “No” to others. Either due to the power hierarchy in their lives or they do not want to present themselves as self-centred. 

There’s a lot of power in the ability to say “No” to things that don’t feel right for you.

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The problem was not saying “No” to things you don’t want to do. Are you end up doing and hating both the activity and yourself for the position you find yourself in when you would rather be somewhere else. 

You should never feel bad about saying “No”, focusing on yourself or something important to you. 

But what if I seem disagreeable. It means you’ve finally taken control of your own life, and it means you can focus on your stuff. 

Studies show that disagreeable people dramatically outperform agreeable people in their professional and personal lives. 

Being what you consider a nice person at the expense of everything else is just a dumb trade you should never make. 

Start saying “No” and stop feeling bad about it.

Asking for help. 

Life is complicated, and you’re not going to have all the answers all the time. 

Not only is it ok to ask for help and guidance, but it’s also actually a mandatory part of your existence if you wish to make progress quicker. 

What’s the alternative? You’ll make all the mistakes yourself repeatedly until you figure out half of a solution. 

Does nobody have time for that? 

That’s why you build your circle right, so you know you can rely on them when you need to, and they know they can depend on you. 

For every problem you’ll encounter, there’s someone out there who went through the same thing and can tell you the quickest way to navigate it. 

You’re not a special snowflake. Your circumstances are not unique, so do the smart thing and seek help or guidance to focus on the essential things.

Taking “ME” time. 

You can’t go 24/7 365 every year until you die. You’ll burn out, and that’s no fun for anybody involved.

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Sometimes, we need to take some alone time to recharge or deal with personal things. 

It’s not a matter of not being there for other people, but as the flight attendant always says – you need to take care of yourself first and then put the mask on your children.

 The first step to helping others is helping yourself. 

So, take that time and don’t feel bad about it. Come back when you’re stronger and ready to take over the world.

Wanting to be better. 

You will get a specific type of pressure or attitude from people when they see you struggle to better yourself. 

They will not want you to succeed because if you do, they are a failure by comparison. 

They will mock your attempts and push their agendas or beliefs. 

These people could even be your friends or family members, trying to stop you from pursuing your goals and instead trying to shift your actions towards mediocrity. 

You can do better if you put in the time and the work.

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There are countless examples of people who’ve made it out of environments way harsher than what you’re dealing with today. 

The sad part is these people who will try to hold you down are precisely the type of people you would need to support you, and on some deeper level, you’ll feel heartbroken. But please remain focused good times are ahead.

Loving someone.

You can’t help who you fall in love with because love is something that happens. 

Sure, you can grow a relationship. You can build layers on top of layers, but that initial spark happens without you realizing it. 

There are several types of love. There is the love of children, love of self, love of God, love of a partner, and at the end of the day, they’re all about passion. 

When things come from a place of love, you should never apologize for them.

For your success. 

There’s a weird trend going on these days, where some people shame others for the success they’ve achieved. That’s the last thing. You would want to feel bad about being successful in life. 

Our culture has a weird way of evolving. 

We should celebrate success with every opportunity we have because it doesn’t come easy. 

For every one that makes it, there are usually another nine people who tried but weren’t smart enough, focused enough, disciplined enough, or didn’t have what it takes to make it. 

Successful people create wealth, not only for themselves but also for those around them and their environment, so we need more of them. 

There’s a great quote by Jay-Z on his last album that we implemented here at Explicit Facts Community as well that goes, “here we measure success by how many people are successful next to you, here we say you’re broke if everybody’s broke except for you!“. 

Please do not condescend to others but inspire them with your example. 

Some people will get it, while others will remain ignorant in their mediocrity.

Asking for something to be corrected.

Life should be put in order, and we all have a duty and obligation to do our part. 

Things tend to have a weird ripple effect. Where if left unbalanced, it’ll eventually crumble and do a lot more damage. 

It’s one of those situations where people might be reluctant to speak out, to not go against someone of higher authority. But in doing so, you’re doing everyone a great disservice, including yourself. 

By not correcting things you have the power to restore, you are morally guilty for the damage the downfall will cause. You should never apologize for expecting a correction in the life course.

Things you can’t control. 

It’s always fascinating to us how much time some people spend focusing on things they cannot control and allowing them to dictate their lives. 


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If it’s out of your control, you are not responsible for what happens. 

All you can do is prepare yourself and react to minimise the damage. 

A couple of weeks ago, we did a very excellent article on the “things you can’t control in life”.

If you haven’t read it already, it’ll help you understand why some things happen and how to make the most out of the things you can control in life. It’s worth your time.

Swinging for the fences. 

There are only a few small windows in your life when you find yourself in a position to make a giant leap forward, whereas some people never take those shots. 

It’s better to swing and miss than never swing at all. 

The odds may be slim, but the reward at the end makes that what if I do make it, worth it.

The community we built here at is phenomenal. 

We enjoy receiving your emails @[email protected] and messages on Instagram about how your journeys are going, the struggles you’re facing, and the successes you’ve won for yourselves. 

We want to leave you with this. If you can go for it, it follows the Nike slogan and just do it, risk it, starts the business, and start that passion project because you never know. Maybe you’ll hit it right and make history.

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