I am blogging this with a positive and a bright outlook. As anything in my life I take the good and bad in a positive attitude, always. I continuously try to see the “blessings in disguise.”

When I meet negative and rude people along the way in life, I have learned these people are hurting inside or have tragic lives that are hidden behind their frowns or smiles. Sometimes, especially with insecure type folks, I am their punching bag.

In our current times, these negative folks are hiding behind a laptop or computer or Iphone or the Ipad whatever technology might bring our way. They are either fakes or sincerely, people who are self-doubting and wounded folks like a lost dog.

Whoever I might meet in person or online, I take everything as life lessons; to be a better human being, a better friend, sister or daughter.

This blog in a way is a “Thank You” blog who I like to call and name this negative WordPress viewer as “Judgmental Person.” So dear “Judgmental Person” because of your rude and judgmental comments plus threatening email I have moved on and I have started to become a better person with more followers and supporters. In addition to, I have taken your rude and incorrect comments about me and I fashioned it as constructive criticism. I set my WordPress on” private” and “cleaned” it up sort of speak; I forced taught myself to be a sharp-witted WordPress user and I added features that are organized and clear to read for my current and new followers.

On top of, “Judgmental Person” you have energized me to blog more, write more and you have become an inspiration for my next poem “Judgmental Words” that will be written from the heart and like all my poems written with love. The poem will be published in my second book by the way so thank you.

I am inspired to start “Short Stories” section so this will be my next goal along with working on my sayings, poetry for my book(s) and more personal blogs.

This wonderful experience will be added to my life lessons not only for me, but also, for my clients: In “How to Catch Rude Online Users” or “How to Catch Fake Online Users.”

In conclusion, “Judgmental Person” not only do I thank you, I forgive you too. Given that I don’t know your life circumstances or what might have lead you to this bitterness, I wish you success and happiness. Best of luck to you and I hope you become a healthier person online or off. And if you are a fake account with many names and photos, I already know. 😉

To all my followers, I am following you not to hurt or copy you, but instead to share your talents. Thank you for the kind support, all! 😉

 PEACE, Hadel


Written and By Hadel S. Ma’ayeh

©Copyright 2014



7 thoughts on “LIFE LESSONS

  1. Some individuals are critical by nature and do not always realise that they are hurting the feelings of another person.If you know a person who is critical of everything try not to take their comments too seriously, as this is just part of their character trait
    Dealing with criticism positively is an important life skill.

    At some point in your life you will be criticised, perhaps in a professional way. Sometimes it will be difficult to accept – but that all depends on your reaction.

    You can either use criticism in a positive way to improve, or in a negative way that can lower your self-esteem and cause stress, anger or even aggression.

    Finally You have an amazing blogs and deserved the best!

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    • Thank you, yes, I agree. No, this person was not professional see “DEAR ALL” and the email that was sent to me via FB, it was judgmental and rude. Pity the person honestly. I appreciate your positive feedback! 😉


  2. You are a beautiful and lovely person inside and out. Also a gifted and talented writer and I hope you will continue writing and creating poems that truly do touch the heart. This person who cast aspersions on you – trying to mask ugly lies as “Truth” is an ugly person inside and out. Keep writing and keep sharing and know that you are loved.

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  3. I have taken supposed constructive criticism from my mother-in-law over the years. Then one year, I decided that’s it. I’m not responding to her mean comments and she just won’t see me or my daughters that often. Criticism is criticism. There’s nothing constructive about it unless you had asked for it. As authors, we allow it in the form of reviews. Some are harsher than others. But we asked for it by placing our books online. But from family and on our blogs, we haven’t asked for it. Everything has a time and a place. Keep strong and believe in yourself.

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    • I am sorry about your mother-in-law. Honestly relate with my mother… got so bad my family packed and moved. Thank you so much for the kind support and encouragement. Easier for me because a person I don’t know on this site but for you… I give you credit. A strong will person. Wish you success & happiness.


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