This post is dedicated to my fab girrrl Jeanie who’s dealing with this kind of matter right now. Cheer up babe!
And also to everyone who wants to know my ways on how to stay happy even if you’re surrounded with haters out there. You guys don’t really deserve to stress a thing over them.
But! this is also for entertainment and information to all of you 😊
What to do when you have haters:
Out of nowhere, those “haters” just come out when you least expect it. But if you know that you’re in the right place (if you haven’t done anything wrong), then this post will really help you in dealing with them. Here we go…
Don’t let them affect you.
I mean, don’t be affected. If you know you’ve done nothing wrong to get them to hate you, don’t stress over them. Your time is too precious to just get affected with those people who are probably just seeking for attention. And there are so many reasons to smile about instead of frowning because of them.
If there’s a reason why they hate you even when they’ve got no reason to, it just means they’re insecure slash jealous slash envy of you. Is it even your fault that you are you? Really, girl, if you just let them talk the talk and do not care, they’re just gonna tire themselves for nothing. Show them that hating people is pointless by not getting affected at all. But I know deep inside, you’re still hurt even when you deny it. The key is not to show it (don’t cry in public. It’s just babyish.) Just show them that you’re not hurt and be as strong as rock because you are!
And if you let them do the boring part (talking nonsense) and they realize that it’s all meaningless to you, they’ll stop. Why would they spend their time on someone who does not even care, right?
But, if they try to make it worse than just talking, make your first move: reach out to those adult people who can help (e.g. school principal, guidance councilor, adviser/teacher, parents, guardians, etc.) What’s wrong with asking for help, right? If you feel like you and your friends can handle them, let me tell you that you’re wrong. They can hurt you physically and you can’t get away with that unless you fight back — which is not a good thing to do (and who says you’re gonna win all the time?) because if you do that, all of that ‘not caring at all’ that you did will just be nonsense. Plus, if this gets to the school principal, you’re gonna get involved and that’s a big NO NO. So it’s really important to ask help from an adult especially to those with authority.
However, not all cases ends up to that “physical fighting” so you can just forget about that if the “not getting affected” already shood them away. But if your case got into that point, take my advice. There’s nothing wrong with reaching out for help. Think about what’s wrong with it and you’ll end up on nothing. See?
I actually thought that adults don’t usually know what to do next because I am a teen. And they’re adults. It’s different and they won’t be able to relate with me. But once I realised that they also experienced being a teen before and they’ve been there and they’ve done that, who knows better now? If you think you’ve had so much struggles in life, they had plentyyyyyyyyy of them and they’ve survived them.
Don’t think for another reason to say no, I’ve got all my reasons 😂 fyi, I won a debate contest against students from a different school last February (with Jeanie!) and trust me, we never run out of reasons 😂
OK. Before this post get even longer, I’ll wrap this already 😛 By the way, if you have questions or clarifications or information that I forgot to talk about regarding this matter, tell me at the comment box below or message me if you want it to be more personal on the contact on the menu 🙂
Stop being hateful and just spread love ❤️ Smile before you switch site! Aaaah bye XXXX