When was the last time you've received a negative, hurtful comment on your blog, article or even your Facebook post?
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Terrible people exist all over the world. It's a sad fact of life. And unfortunately, the Internet has given those people the ability to spread hate and malice with almost no real-world repercussions.
Remember that what you say on these posts (and everywhere you speak or write) is a mirror of what you think about yourself.
Here is a list of helpful hints to help you or the self-appointed critic in your life draft an effective piece of hate mail or blog comment that actually provokes thought as opposed to simply provoking chuckles.
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