When someone wants to destroy you, it can feel like the end of the world. However, it’s important to remember that you are not alone in this situation. Even though it’s not easy to deal with an enemy who wants to tear you down, there are ways for you to deal with them effectively so that they don’t get the best of you.
It’s important to remember that the person who wants to destroy you is not your enemy. They are a person who has been hurt and is hurting, and they are acting out of pain. This does not mean it’s okay for them to act out in these ways, but it does mean you should understand where their behavior comes from so that when you respond with empathy rather than anger or fear, they will be more likely to listen and change their behavior accordingly (or at least stop hurting others).
The first thing you should do is stay calm. You can’t solve anything if you’re angry and irrational, so try to keep your cool and understand why the person is acting this way. If they’re being malicious, chances are there’s a reason for it—maybe something happened in their life that made them feel bad about themselves, and now they have an urge to make other people feel bad as well. Perhaps there’s a misunderstanding between the two of you that needs to be cleared up before either party can move forward with their lives in peace.
Regardless of what it is, try not to get angry at this person or let them get under your skin too much; it will only make things worse for both parties involved! Instead of dwelling on how unfair it is that someone would want nothing more than for you not exist any more (which isn’t fair at all).
Take some time before responding so that when/if they do contact again—and they likely will—you’ll be able to think clearly while also staying calm enough not react impulsively out of anger or frustration.
Avoid the person
The best way to deal with someone who wants to destroy you is to avoid them at all costs. Do not let them get under your skin. Don’t let them drag you down. Don’t let their words and actions affect your life and ruin your day.
The key is not letting negative people ruin your day or get to you in any way, shape or form. If someone is trying to bring negativity into your life, then just remove yourself from their company for as long as necessary until they accept the fact that they can no longer be around you without being able to cause harm (even if this involves hiding out in a cave somewhere).
Don’t try to convince them to your side
When you’re dealing with someone who has a vendetta against you, they are unlikely to be persuaded by any argument or point of view. Don’t waste your time trying to convince them that your actions were justified or correct. You’ve already been through the ringer, and they may not listen anyway.
It’s only natural to want to defend yourself when someone is attacking you, but don’t try to convince them of anything—even if it’s just for fun! If there’s one thing I’ve learned from this experience, it’s not worth debating with people who don’t want to change their mind about something so personal and important as their own opinion about me. When someone feels threatened by another person, the best thing we can do for ourselves is let go of our need for validation and move on with our lives without needing an apology from anyone else…or even worse: waiting for one in vain!
Surround yourself with positive people
The most important thing to do is surround yourself with positive people. This is not about trying to control what other people do. This is about controlling how you respond, react and feel. You can control how you think as well. When someone makes you angry, ask yourself: “Is it worth getting angry over? What are the consequences of this?” And then try your best to keep calm and stay in the present moment.
Learn from experience and move on
It’s important to remember that some people are just plain mean, and they don’t know how to be nice. They don’t even care if they hurt you. If you’re dealing with a person who wants to destroy you, learn from experience and move on.
Don’t dwell on it or let it get to you; try your best not to let them define who you are as a person or stop what makes your life meaningful for yourself. Focus on doing things that make you happy, and enjoy spending time with people who care about and respect themselves as much as they do for others (even if those individuals aren’t always available).
You can handle this situation
You can handle this situation. The person who is trying to destroy your brand, reputation, or business may be a bully, but you are not alone. You may feel like there’s no way out and that it’s all over for you, but if you look inside yourself and see the strength in yourself (and all of us), then you will find that there are many options open to us when it comes to dealing with a bully.
We have learned from history that those who stand up against bullies often win their battles by making others see things from their perspective or side of the story. We can do this by using our skills and talents for good instead of evil – even though some people might not appreciate what we do!
If you’re being attacked by someone, it can feel like there’s no way out. But there is a way out, and that’s what we’re here to help you with. The first thing you need to do is take care of yourself—putting up walls or taking other defensive measures might make you feel like they’re winning, but it won’t help in the long run. Instead try looking at their attack as an opportunity for growth, because if nothing else, this experience will make you stronger than ever before!