17 Signs that show that someone hates you

Body language signs that someone doesn’t like you | 17 Signs that show that someone hates you
  1. Feeling bad when you succeed

    If you succeed in your business or have a scholarship for your excellent performance, the hater will not feel happy, content, and energetic. Instead, he will be depressed and feel bad that you succeeded.

  2. Emotionally charged criticism

    Haters will always criticize you and do everything to lower your confidence and bring down your morale.

  3. Leaving emotionally charged comments online

    Haters will always try to fill in your social media with obnoxious comments and try to act like they are debating about something. Still, actually, they are releasing their resentment against you through that conversation or those comments.

  4. Embarrassing you in public

    If a person makes fun of you, especially in public, or underestimates you in front of others without reason, the person might be a hater and do not like you.

  5. Extremely jealous of you

    Jealousy and hatred are directly related to each other. If a person hates you to the core, one reason could be that they envy you. The other situation is that they envy you; that’s why they hate you.

  6. Never greet you

    Whatever you may achieve in life, they will never congratulate or compliment you. (See Why do people become jealous of others?)

  7. Badmouthing you

    Haters will always try to degrade your reputation in your circle, friends, or society. They will pass on loathsome gossips about you that may turn everyone against you.

  8. Body language of hatred

    The person who hates you will always avoid making eye contact with you, will not pass you the smile and avoid touching you. Their body language will demonstrate whether they hate you or not.

  9. Feeling content when someone makes fun of you

    Haters will always feel satisfied whenever someone else makes fun of the same person whom they hate.

  10. Trying to pick verbal or even physical fights

    The haters will try to poke their nose between every matter and find out a reason to start a verbal or a physical fight. Haters will always try to make the other person feel bad about whom they hate.

  11. Mean jokes

    Haters will try to crack unwanted and mean jokes about the person they hate, which may hurt those people.

  12. They don’t acknowledge your presence

    People who do not as you will always be annoyed with your presence. They will try to ignore you as much as they can.

  13. They persistently disagree with you

    A hater will always find a good reason to disagree with you even if he appreciates your idea, but he won’t let you know about it. They will release hatred by disagreeing with you on whatever you say.

  14. They block you on social media

    If they do not like your company, they will unfollow you or block you so that you can never be in touch with them, or they will never be in touch with you. (See, What happens when you block someone on Facebook?)

  15. They steal your ideas

    It happens many times in a work environment. While you are working in a company or doing your own business, your colleagues or business competitors may try to steal your ideas. If these ideas are useful and turn out to be effective, they take credit for such ideas before you do.

  16. They don’t laugh at your jokes

    Your presence will always be annoying for the other person if they hate you. So, even if you crack jokes and try to make a hilarious environment, the hater will not appreciate and laugh at your jokes.

  17. Differentiation in treatment

    If anyone hates you, they will always treat you differently. They will favour the other person they do not hate, while the haters will turn you down if they hate you.

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