It is so easy to judge a writer particularly when the characters aren’t doing or saying what you as a reader would like for them to do/say. Still, it is very important to remember that behind every book or any work of art, there’s a person—a living, breathing, real-life person. And while words can stir all sorts of emotions within you as a reader, they can also stir emotions within the person who has spent numerous hours trying to write a story or script that will bring you hours upon hours of enjoyment.
When a writer begins their writing journey, they begin with a story or idea in mind. They didn’t set out with a vindictive goal. They wanted to share their story. They didn’t want to hurt a particular reader or group of readers.
Their end game was the entertainment factor.
If the writer doesn’t see the story through your eyes, try to remember that he or she didn’t set out to betray you in any way whatsoever. Maybe then you’ll think about what you say or write before you sling hurtful things at them.
Life can be tough. Even in the best situations, living from one day to the next can often be full of challenges or unexpected obstacles. Let the world of entertainment make it easier for everyone. Be the kind of reader or fan that a writer will recognize for acts of kindness. You'll be cherished for your continued support.
Finally, I’d like to pass this along —"Hate is the most stressful form of self-mutilation. It eats at your heart, destroys your soul, steals a brilliant mind, and prohibits the magic that can further inspire you to be the best person you can be, the kind of person who embraces life with love and grace. You'll be handsomely rewarded with peace of mind and overall understanding if you focus on the positive."
If I’ve said it once, I’ll say it again: “The target of someone’s hatred often doesn’t even realize that someone else is miserable because of them. In some cases, those who are ‘hated’ would often respond with love rather than spite. They’d probably surround the person with love and reassure them. One day, someday soon in fact, everything will be okay."