Don’t be mad ’cause I’m doing me better than you doing you.
“Sweatpants, ” Childish Gambino.
Nobody loves everything.
Im sure everyone knew that before opening this post.
Everyone is also legally entitled to not like something. Im also sure you’ve heard that before.
Despite knowing both of these things, we come across people who truly exemplify negativity.
These people come in the form of haters.
Everyone knows at least one hater, and some of us might even have them.
Some of you might even claim to love your haters.
I highly disagree.
Haters are riling to be around and associate with.
They bring down the energy and create a bad atmosphere. In other words, haters f* cking suck.
Theres a lot of different types of haters, but there are three that everyone has had at least once in their lives.
Lets explore them 😛 TAGEND
1. The DisagreeingHater
This type of hater is the one you’llencounter most in your day-to-day life.
To demonstrate, here’s a scenario 😛 TAGEND
Person A: “The Patriots are the best team in the NFL, and Tom Brady is the GOAT.”
Person B: “Meh, he’s not all that great. The Panthers are looking good this year. Cam Newton is the best QBin the league right now.”
Person A: “What the f* ck ?! You think Newton is better than Brady? You’re such a hater, dude.”
A closed-minded hater is one that gets angry at you for having your own unique sentiment opposite of his or hers.
These people are the ones who believe their opinions areabsolute fact, and anyone who disagrees is a moron, or rather, a hater( the irony ).
Their mindset consists of them thinking anyone who disagrees with their views doesn’t have a rational and solid debate as to why.
Instead, they believe the reason as to why “theres a difference” in sentiment is because there’s a disliking or biased view toward the topic.
You could have absolutely no problem with Tom Brady, but you enjoy watching Cam Newton more.
But because you dont agree with this person, this person accused you of hating Brady.
I’m positive you know at least person or persons like this in their own lives, and you are well aware of how vexing a debate with him or hercan be.
Having a dialogue with someoneyou have resisting opinions with isbasically impossible.
He or shewill shut down your opinion really quickly.
Not only that, but you also might not feel comfortable sharing your opinions.
Either way, this person sets up a fairly unenjoyable environment for you and others around you.
2. The Celebrity Hater
We all know person like this.
These are the ones who go out of their route to publicize their hatred ofa celebrity.
Take Kim Kardashian, forexample.
She is absurdly famouswith a large following, but it’s fairly apparent most of the general population doesn’t like her, myself included.
Since I dont like her, I dont dedicate her attention, like most people.
Why would we if she doesn’t interest us? Ask the celebrity hater.
Theyre the ones who hate Kim Kardashian with such a passion that they filltheir period with hating her.
They’re constantly tweeting about her, sharing articles with captions outlining their animosity for her and taking time out of their days to show the world they hate her.
This stimulates no logical sense.
If you dislike something, you naturally try to avoid it as much as possible.
The people who hate Kim Kardashian or any other celebrity expend more day concentrates on them.
The simple explanation is these people love to hate.
They find pleasure in sharing their abhor of something to everyone else in the same route the rest of us love sharing things we actually like.
Its unusual to me how they find amusement in this, especially since these people are actually helping the celebs they hate.
The more you post about the Kardashians, the more advertising they will get.
For someone who detests them so much, youre aiding them in becoming more successful.
Sounds a little counterproductive to me.
3. The Jealous Hater
Here’s another scenario 😛 TAGEND
You worked hard for three months dieting and exerting to lose 15 pounds, and you look fantastic.
You’ve done the work, and you’ve earned the results.
The jealous hater is the personwho looks at your progression, and instead of impression happy for you, detests you for it.
The phrase, “They want to see you do well, but not better than them” sums thisup perfectly.
They hate you because theyre not doing as well as you.
These are the same people who vocally undermine your success in front of others.
They say nasty things to induce themselves feel better.
Its like when your exes start talking smacking about your new human or woman.
They doit to make themselves feel better about losing you, or to stillness the feelings of loneliness they experience.
Either way, they dislike on you for being able to move forward in their own lives at a much faster rate than them.
We’ve all come across someone like this.
Here’s why it frustrates me: Disliking on someone for his or hersuccess is unproductive.
You can be angry and hate on someone for working his or herass off and achieving goals, but it will almost never make you any closer to success.
So, what’s the point?
Hating on someone’s success is wasting the time and energy you could have used to help get yourself further.
If you found that any of these haters sound like people you know, please send them the following advice 😛 TAGEND
To The Disagreeing Hater:
Stop being so closed-minded and realize that many people have well-formulated and logical opinions.
Maybe if you took a second to hear out why they think the route that they do, you could learn something new.
Even if you don’t, havinga dialogue where everyone agrees with each other all the time sounds painfully boring.
Conversations with resisting viewpoints are interesting and fun.
Theylet you get to know the other person better and perhaps become a little closer.
Next time someone doesn’t agree with you, hear what he or shehas to say before assaulting that person.
To The Celebrity Hater:
I don’t mean to be rude, but it has to be said.
When you love to hate on something or someone and spend all your time talking about it, you’re filling the room with negative energy.
It’s no fun hanging with someone who only wants to talk about how much something sucks.
It’s your own option to love to loathe someone, but understand that it’s not the most enjoyable situation for the rest of us to be in.
Ease up on the hate talk, and talk more about things that radiate positive vibes.
If you have someone like this in their own lives, and he or shedoesn’t find an issue with this, just tune the person out on your social media accounts and spend time with other friends.
That should definitely help.
To The Jealous Hater:
Like I said before, hating someone’s success almost never brings you closer to your goals.
You hate on other people’s success like there isn’t enough room for everyone.
Newsflash: You both can be successful.
Stop undermining someone’s hard work and concentrate on your own goals.
Enjoy that someone is moving along in his or her life, and use that as fuel to move forward yourself.
You have the same 24 hours in a day as everyone else does.
The only difference is how you choose to expend that time.
If youre a hater, you dont have to stay that way. You have the power to change.
In doing so, youll find that more people will want to be around you.
When youre not spreading negativity all the time, people actually have fun being with you.
No one is saying you shouldnt have your opinion.
Actually, it’s the opposite.
You should have your opinion, but you should also be able to understand others and not be so negative.
If you spend time respecting people sentiments and talking about something besides what you detest, youll find youll has become a much happier person.
Give it a try, and see how much you can gain.