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?