By the way… Do you ever notice how brave people get over the internet?
“Just take some bits out of context and twist them around a bit and the recipe for another barrage of anemic critiques of evolutionary psychology to keep us all busy pointing out the bullshit propaganda campaign and science denial being waged at the behest of creationists and hucksters of their own dystopian socialization regimes.”
If you know me, really know me, you know that I will bring everybody around me up. Two people clawing at each other, competing for the top are going to hinder each others progress. Two people working together to achieve will accomplish greater things. I don’t have time for any of these haters. When we are insecure and indulge in negative thoughts, we only bring ourselves down. Spread the joy and positivity and live in your own world, even when the world around you is ugly. Live life to the fullest and know that you tried your best, and don’t let negativity bring you down. There are so many people out there unhappy with their lives, and they want to bring you down too. They see you happy and are jealous. Sometimes you may even be sad inside, but just keeping a smile on your face can keep you moving, when it feels like your heart wants to stop beating and your blood flowing. We are all still here, aren’t we? Haters is what makes the world go round. I can’t be loved unless everybody hates me, so I am glad that some of these people, whom I don’t even know their names, love to be all up in my business, and know my entire life story, and I have never even had a 2 minute conversation with them before. Really, you are making me look good, please stop! I’m an ambitious person, with beauty, brains, and goals. What are you doing with your life? I’m going somewhere, and nobody is going to bring me down.
What is the psychology behind this? Some people are attention starved and can’t stand the attention diverted from them. Usually this is supported by jealousy, insecurities and mental illness. But there are millions of haters out there with no mental illnesses whatsoever. I have been called ugly. You look at my portfolio and be the judge of that. I have been called fat by girls with a way higher body fat percentage than I. I am a personal trainer for christ sakes. I have probably 13% body fat. And above all, stupid. I am one of the most driven women I know, I maintain good grades and am on the Deans list at the Academy of Arts University, and happen to have an IQ of 126. Obama has an IQ of 125 if that says anything to you at all, But I don’t need to talk myself up, my work speaks for itself. All 3 of things which I am not. Girl’s are so funny when they are angry that they just spit off the mouth with all kinds of things that don’t even make sense. Keep your excessive rhetorical blabber to yourself. Please! Females, alcohol and money… A recipe for another barrage of anemic critiques. If you are going to insult me, please attack my character with some substance.
The Seven-Stage Hate Model: The Psychopathology of Hate
The Seven-Stage Hate Model
The Psychopathology of Hate
Hate masks personal insecurities. Not all insecure people are haters, but all haters are insecure people. Hate elevates the hater above the hated. Haters cannot stop hating without exposing their personal insecurities. Haters can only stop hating when they face their insecurities.
Stage 1: The Haters Gather
Haters rarely hate alone. They feel compelled, almost driven, to entreat others to hate as they do. Peer validation bolsters a sense of self-worth and, at the same time, prevents introspection, which reveals personal insecurities. Individuals who are otherwise ineffective become empowered when they join groups, which also provide anonymity and diminished accountability.
Stage 2: The Hate Group Defines Itself
Hate groups form identities through symbols, rituals, and mythologies, which enhance the members’ status and, at the same time, degrade the object of their hate. For example, skinhead groups may adopt the swastika, the iron cross, the Confederate flag, and other supremacist symbols. Group-specific symbols or clothing often differentiate hate groups. Group rituals, such as hand signals and secret greetings, further fortify members. Hate groups, especially skinhead groups, usually incorporate some form of self-sacrifice, which allows haters to willingly jeopardize their well-being for the greater good of the cause. Giving one’s life to a cause provides the ultimate sense of value and worth to life.