Is it tautology that no one (except yourself) is making you do something? What I mean is (as far as I know) mind control does not exist. There for is the phrase "no one is making you [insert action or task here]" always a given, unless qualified by further information?
For example: "No one is making you wear a tie to work". Perhaps it's corporate policy to wear a tie to work. Nonetheless it is still the individuals choice whether to wear a tie or not.
The same applies for the statement "you have to". Technically you don't have to do anything, even if your life depends on it. For example you don't have to breath, if you choose to suffocate yourself. Going back to the tie example perhaps a more articulate form would be "you have to wear a tie to work if you want to keep this job". It's not as if you "have to wear a tie".
Is errors to my thinking or times where in English it is more correct to not qualify "having to do" something or "someone is making you do something"?
EDIT: Google Define has the following definition for "make"
compel (someone) to do something.
This would certainly suggest it's a fallacy to say "no one's making you" do something, as it's completely internal and up to their interpretation. For example
Wife: we're out of tomatoes
Husband: I guess I'll have to go to the store
Wife: no one's making you do anything
Husband: the fact we are out of
tomatoes is compelling me to go to the store
In this example the fact that there are no tomatoes is making the husband go to the store.