Think about someone you hate. You hate their stinking guts. This is someone who you feel is the worst on the planet. Think about all the stuff they did and how they treated you wrong. Let it sink in for a minute then continue reading.
Now focus inward. How do you feel? There’s a good chance you feel angry, annoyed, hateful, mad and whatever other negative emotions that were stirred. Do you see what happened? It negatively impacted you, not the person you hate.
Although, didn’t it almost seem like if you hated them as much as you could muster that maybe somehow it would hurt them? That’s the silliness behind hate. Hating someone is like drinking poison and expecting the other person to die. Then, they don’t die and you are left with all that pointless and unhappy frustration. Why do we do this to ourselves?
Below are 5 powerful tips to stop hating someone. These are things you need to know about your relationship with hate to feel better and not harness it: