Good ol’ haters

Hello everyone!

I’ve been gone for so long and so much has happened. TOO MUCH TO EXPLAIN TOO MUCH!! 😄Aaaaaaaaaaahh But it is exciting too much, not like bad too much. Anyway I hope all of you are doing well and that your day was just like you hoped it would be, maybe even better.

The topic I wanted to talk to you about today is the bad people out there. The bad people who seem to feed off people’s sorrow and unhappiness. The bad people who don’t seem to find any joy in the World, but are always plotting in their head of another victim. The bad people who will not let you rest until you have paid, dearly. The bad people who would do anything for the cause of your destruction, just for the reason that they find contentment in your grief. The people that your parents warn you about when you’re young. The people who seem to roam the streets at night, with nothing better to do than engulf the darkness.

Just kidding. I’m gonna be talking all those lovely haters. Those wonderful people who sometimes hide behind their screens and think that they can say anything to anyone, when they really can’t. They still do though, and until we are wiped off the face of this earth, they will not be gone.

They can be people face-to-face like bullies. And one reason that everyone says, that I don’t particularly agree with, is that they are the ones who are insecure with themselves so they want to take it out on other people. Firstly they bully others because they think that they are better then them. It is to do with pride, not necessarily to do with insecurities. That statement almost makes you feel sorry for the bullies. The amount of mental and physical damage they do to a person is actually unimaginable. They can lead the person to have a lot of mental health problems in the future, self-harming and can even lead to suicide.

So based on that, here are just some ways we can stop them people from bothering us and interrupting what we enjoy.

Number 1. Don’t hate on other people. If you hate on someone else you will just get yourself into a fight and people will start judging you for it too. Even if you do it on a fake or secret account, it will not only affect the person you are saying it to, it will affect you too.

Numbero 2. Don’t let them get you down. You are amazing and unique and sometimes it can be as small as a nasty comment from someone that can stop you doing what you love, forever. Always look towards the light. Look at the good things about what you do and just think of this as a minor obstacle on the road that will only make you stronger.

Numéro 3. Do not blame yourself. It is not you who is at fault, it is them. They are the ones who are nasty to you and they just don’t want you to do the best that you can in your life.

Número 4. Take it as a compliment! They are jealous of your success and want to take it away from you. Don’t let yourself sink onto the same level as them, you are worth so so so much more.

Numerus 5. Take it on the chin and move along. If they are actually offering some good advice for once, listen to what they are saying and improve yourself. You’re not perfect, neither is anyone else. We all need to improve and what better way than using the advice of the people who actually mean to get a reaction out of us.

Nummer 6. If you are a hater who actually means well, then what better time to improve than now. Go out there and show everyone that you actually mean well and go get to the peak of where you can be. #YOLO Make sure your life is worth living.

That is my weird but somewhat helpful steps on how to deal with the haterzzz. (See I cannot even be bothered with them. I fall asleep zzz).

“What if the kid you bullied at school, grew up, and turned out to be the only surgeon who could save your life?” ~ Lynette Mather

Until the next time I can be bothered to write SO much,

Wadz x 😛



  1. Karuna · June 16, 2016

    Well done. I think this is a very powerful post with helpful advice!

    Liked by 1 person

  2. JustADreamCraver · April 18, 2016

    Christ. May I ask for your age? It is a bit shocking to receive all this advice from someone who is (6 years, I calculate) younger than you.

    Recently, I discovered that being bullied had left severs sequels on me, regarding mental health issues such as long-term anxiety and depression, even years later when it’s supposed to be over and I’ve supposedly moved on.

    I’m amazed. Did you have to think too much before writing this post, or did it seem straightforward enough?

    Incredible post, Wadz.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Strikedbyepicness · April 20, 2016

      I didn’t think about this post too much, I wrote it from the heart. And when words come from the heart, they are never wrong. I’m 15 years old. But sometimes it’s not about age, it’s about your experiences and how you deal with them. Some people can go through hell and come out the other side untouched. But some people can get dragged through hell and come out with scars. Scars that will never disappear. They prove to you and to everyone that you have survived, and will continue to grow stronger. Well done for enduring the pain and I hope everything genuinely does become better. Thank you for taking the time out to read my post! 🙂


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