Haters actually do the opposite.
Imagine a state senator, and some people in the state senate try to destroy her reputation. They will accidentally screw up in just the ways that you need. Fight for what you believe in, not against people who are hurting.
There is always a lesson to be learned no matter the situation. Do not let your emotions overwhelm you. When someone disagrees with you, learn from it.
Instead, let the hate, indifference, and criticism fuel you. Here is your four-step plan for dealing with haters: 1.At this point, I don't remember what the comments said. Have pity, and try to show kindness. Whoever trains harder, wins. Here are some strategies that will prevent haters from dragging you down: 1. Of course, you may encounter circumstances where you can't delete hateful comments. Perhaps you write for a national publication, or maybe you encounter some bullies making fun of you in a public forum. You are unique, you are real, you are willing to be different and march to the beat of your own drum. A few weeks ago, I bumped into an old friend of mine, a political blogger. So they spend a LOT of time trying to think of passive or passive-aggressive ways to harm you. Haters are like presidential assassins — they think they can achieve through destruction what can only be achieved through creation. I recently wrote an article that received dozens of comments.