Haters use love to get to people giving compliments one moment and then overreacting the next.
It seems the world is full of haters because we are so connected on digital devices and in real time.
The best way to handle a hater is not to be one.
Not even to get back at them when they do something hurtful.
Dislike the deed not the person.
Forgive, but don’t forget.
Take control of the one narrative that matters most – the life you want to live.
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