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Writers and Haters

Updated on April 3, 2018
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Devika enjoys sharing her work with a friendly community. Writing is a big part of her life. Online work has improved her lifestyle.

Writers are not the hater's friend

How to deal with haters

Writers and haters are part of online experiences.

Haters search for a error in your work to put you the writer down and to let you stay there.

These people don't care about your feelings and get you to the point of breakdown.

Haters tell you of how bad your performances are.

This can be in any activity be it the musical instrument, or in writing.

Irrespective of what you does the hater will let you know by leaving a note a bad comment?

The hater will make you quit!

Would you quit writing if a hater told you are a bad writer?

It is challenging to face up to haters.

What is criticism?

You must first know the difference between a critic and a hater before you dive in and wrongly accuse each person.

Criticism helps you grow and learn from your mistakes.

You do different and improve in your writing.

Disagreement allows for learning lessons.

What is the difference between the critic and the hater?

You must focus on what is going to help you make a change in your writing.

It is important to engage with someone who wants to help you but, the hater is not a critic. They will ruin you and not communicate with you when needed.

You can confuse both, so pay attention!

For example:

A musician playing an instrument will have a fine tune, and the hater will find an issue with that tune and will burn a good moment.

The hater doesn't like to see you grow in your profession.

The critic helps you to agree and to disagree.

What do you think of writers and haters?

You are able to hear what the critic has to say about your work and of what needs to be changed or improved.

You need feedback to know where you stand with your interest at heart.

Do what matters to grow with the changes your critic has provided.

Good and bad shows up in our lives and we don't see how haters affect us online or offline.

Do you think haters are reflections of your own hidden judgments?

Criticism is important to listen to because the feedback you receive is helpful.

Haters don't like what you do and are frustrated individuals in the process making you frustrated.

There is no reasoning with a hater.

Just like the troll under the bridge.

A comment received from an anonymous means that the anonymous is a coward. You can't please every reader and the anonymous has their own hateful mind.

Haters make writers feel doubtful.

Haters don't make you feel positive about your work.

Haters put a shadow in your path and continue to complain about what you try to achieve in a positive way.

The hater is the same as the bully at home, or at school.

Haters are unloved and insecure individuals.

Be open to discussion, have an open mind, and don't stoop down to the level of a hater.

Haters have issues with themselves and find others to show their strong emotions at.

Their fear, anger, and jealousy are thrown at you.

Confrontation is difficult with a hater.

The hater is not helpful to you.

You need to be strong and don't let the hater get to you.

Did you have a problem with haters?

You have no reason to adhere to every rule or to make others pleased.

The haters are best left alone.

Sometimes you can be your own critic or hater.

For example:

You start a new project and stop a quarter of the way and tell yourself it won't work out, or it is not good enough.

Your personal blog attracts haters.

The low-self esteem in haters drives them to such behaviors.

You are better than the hater, and are confident to not pay attention to what haters spill out to you.

Mean comments from haters are not the same as the comments you receive from critics.

You can't please the world with your published work.

The remarks from haters hurt you and apply more to them than to you.

The hater tries to be constructive. They don't want you to improve. Writers don't engage with haters.

Good writing friends as we have in this community are true to one another.

The opinions of your fans count and you need to know what your friends have to say about your work. A hater is different to that.

A hater hurts you and them too. You will not succeed in fighting with a hater.

I believe the hater attacks the writer who attracts an audience. The hater doesn't know how to be like you and write like you. The haters compliments are not compliments.

I prefer to focus on the readers and not the haters.

I know from experience that haters will always be haters. This behavior just encourages the positive writers to continue writing and sharing their blogs.

Remain positive and share what makes you happy. Ignore hater's comments. You don't benefit from such comments.

Don't take the hater's comments personally.

Be yourself and don't allow the hater into your life.

The hater hates others who share better performances and will not see it any other way.

Haters are afraid of life.

The writer enjoys sharing new articles. The hater tries to destroy the confidence of the writer.

The hater has anger toward you and fear too.

Haters don't last permanently with such poor behaviors toward you.

It doesn't mean the hater is your friend or doesn't hate you anymore. The pain is not completely healed. It means the hater is just being who they really are and won't change.

Some haters stay that way permanently, and their bitterness is part of who they are.

All wounds don't heal immediately.

I learned haters hate themselves, this hates comes from fear, and from the negative activity they have in their lives.

Haters are fearful from an experience they had and lack accomplishments. So their feelings are taken out on others which is from self-hatred, and self-anger.

Whether you build a business from scratch or write a bestseller you are faced with haters daily.

Don't be the hater!

Why would you want to destroy someone's hard work?

The truth is haters are destroyers.

It is tough to publish your work for the eyes of the public.

The hater discourages your skills.

Criticism can be dealt with warmly.

Show kindness to haters.

You will have haters and critics show them kindness and walk away.

Are you afraid to write because haters will bad comment your work?

I read some bad comments.

For example:

The writer must be in a PMS mood.

The writer sounds depressed.

It is ridiculous isn't it?

Negative comments don't bother me.

The hater should be bothered with such comments.

Writing is a choice made by you.

You must be able to deal with haters in a correct way kill them with your kindness.

Dealing with haters in the writing field is competitive.

Have you experienced issues with haters?

People are different everywhere you go and in every job opportunity.

The problem with haters they don't give up on making your life miserable.

They can be nasty to you and you got to make sure to not be with such people.

Don't let the hater put you down show them you are better.

Writing is a pass time for me and for some writing is taken seriously.

Don't be the Hater!

The hater and the writer

Did you have a problem with haters?

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© 2016 Devika Primić


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    • DDE profile imageAUTHOR

      Devika Primić 

      2 years ago from Dubrovnik, Croatia

      rajan jolly thank you very much for sharing that.

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      Devika Primić 

      2 years ago from Dubrovnik, Croatia

      Nadine May Glad to read a comment from you thank you very much for commenting.

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      Rajan Singh Jolly 

      2 years ago from From Mumbai, presently in Jalandhar,INDIA.

      I believe haters somewhere inside suffer from an inferiority complex. They are just envious of others for one reason or the other and I just have nothing to do with them.

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      Nadine May 

      2 years ago from Cape Town, Western Cape, South Africa

      After reading your article I realized that for the last fifteen years I have permanently left haters behind me for good, but I do know that I am my own worse critic. Thank you!

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      Devika Primić 

      2 years ago from Dubrovnik, Croatia

      Michael-Milec thank you very much for commenting.

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      2 years ago

      Quite helpful and informative article. Meeting a repulsive spirited 'writer' is not worth any minute of time. Why poisoning myself? Simple ignoring suffice.

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      Devika Primić 

      2 years ago from Dubrovnik, Croatia

      Alicia thank you for comments always appreciated.

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      Linda Crampton 

      2 years ago from British Columbia, Canada

      You are so right, Devika - there is a big difference between a hater and a helpful critic.

    • DDE profile imageAUTHOR

      Devika Primić 

      2 years ago from Dubrovnik, Croatia

      Venkatachari M thank you for sharing your views. I like the way you think of haters.

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      Devika Primić 

      2 years ago from Dubrovnik, Croatia

      FlourishAnway thank you very much for stopping by.

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      Devika Primić 

      2 years ago from Dubrovnik, Croatia

      swalia thank you

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      Devika Primić 

      2 years ago from Dubrovnik, Croatia

      billybuc thank you very much for stopping by,

    • Venkatachari M profile image

      Venkatachari M 

      2 years ago from Hyderabad, India

      I don't remember meeting with haters in my life. Some used to throw bad comments, but not so much hateful. Very rarely I used to be worried with their comments. But, most of the time I didn't give importance to them. I ignore them thinking they are either ignorant or do not like to see goodness in others.

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      2 years ago from USA

      I don't give haters the forum to voice their ugliness but if someone wants to offer some constructive advice I'm open.

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      Shaloo Walia 

      2 years ago from India

      Positive criticism is always welcome but I don't bother about the haters.

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      Bill Holland 

      2 years ago from Olympia, WA

      I don't have time for haters. If they stop by my site, it will only be once and then they are not welcome again. Life is too short!

    • DDE profile imageAUTHOR

      Devika Primić 

      2 years ago from Dubrovnik, Croatia

      Hi always exploring thank you for commenting.

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      Ruby Jean Richert 

      2 years ago from Southern Illinois

      When I first started writing I had some who were rude but mostly people who were helpful and wanted to see me grow as a writer. I learned from critiques and Hub Pages tutorials were helpful too. Interesting topic!


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