Too many people talk about unrequited love without thinking that there is also unrequited hatred.They say hatred consumes you.What is it about unrequited hatred?
Hatred..dislikes..frustration..anger..disgust..These are true feelings that we cannot avoid as a human. Whatever the reason is it may or may be channeled or released and expressed. Depending on the severity, some issues can just be let go and let the issue cool down first at that moment.
What to do?
When you hate an object,you throw it away;you bang it; or you do something to release the tension.(or again, you can just let the frustration go)
Handling anger Or hatred may be different when it comes to hating our own likes: Hating other people. When you hate someone(and you can no longer understand the person and it becomes so unbearable), it is better that tell it to them straight to their face privately. But of course, it should be done and delivered appropriately. The person who you are “directing” your hatred into(just like love) must know what your feelings are for them.
Say it or else…
Because if not, the burden is all yours. That person can sleep at night, without even thinking even a thing about you. The person can even resume and continue what he is doing without minding that you are already burning in fire. you become stressed,producing lots of cortisol which is actually bad for your health,especially metabolism and immune system. At the end of the day, you are still on the losing end.you end up hurting yourself.
It consumes you
What is so great about hatred? Does it grow into something productive?why is it hard for some of us to let go of disgust and hatred when it consumes us?why do some of us hold grudges?
Should we let our hearts be troubled that we find ourselves cringing with tightness in our chest?
Address the problem
In order for you to be free from this, it is a must that the frustration or disgust is expressed to the person and not to other persons.That is if you want to address the problem and not complicate it.that is if you are mature to face the problem.
Nothing beats good communication if done therapeutically.