When you talk about conditions, for example:

I would rather have done something than .....

and someone tells you:

You don't need to make such a choice. (you already are in a good position, so why are you saying this?)

I don't know how to properly say it in English but I'll try to compose a sentence this way:

You don't need to put yourself in front of such a choice.

How to say this properly in American English?


These are two ways which come to my mind.

You do not need to put yourself in this situation.


You should not care to do such choice.

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