If you think I have never received a “kill yourself” message from a stranger on the Internet, then you just haven’t been paying attention to the things I post
Life is filled with haters, people who just want to put others down.
Sometimes the hating is subtle, like “Ohh, I didn’t think you could pull that routine off” or “You look really sick.” Other times, it is more direct like “You’re wrong and stupid” or even more simply, “I wish you were dead.”
You can’t stop the haters but you can learn to cope and ignore their comments. It’s important to take a deep breath and remember that it’s not about you. Haters are just projecting their own negative feelings and shortcomings onto you. The hatefulness may sting, but only you can decide if you want to let it bother you or want to move on and be happy.
There are some people who like to project their negativity and shortcomings onto others, especially when they see someone doing things they wish they were doing (like quitting a terrible job or visiting a dream destination or being happy in a secure stable relationship).
Don’t let people [and their petty nonsense] get to you. Remember you are improving your life for YOU not them. Ignore them. Choose yourself. Choose to be happy.
Mi’iwi [that’s all]