My wife is trying to start a new job and I want to say something like "I will always support your decision no matter what your decisions would be..." How do you express that in English in a way a native speaker would say it? I can only think of the word "support" or "backing" but cannot come up with a natural and proper sentence.


How about:

I support you unconditionally.


You could say, "I'm behind you all the way." It means I'm here, cheering you on, no matter where you go or what you decide to do.

  • You can also word this as "I'm with you all the way." It's pretty much identical in meaning, but is usually perceived as a more equal partnership. – oosterwal Jun 27 '12 at 2:15

Perhaps it might be somewhat more tactful to offer, rather than mandate, the support:

You can always count on me for support, whatever you decide.

  • Thanks. I like the expression "count on me for support". – Peter Kim Jun 27 '12 at 1:20

You could say that you support someone unequivocally.


You can count on me to be in your corner and to be supportive however I can.

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