Don’t talk about these people. Let them talk about you, let them say what they want to say and hope the truth will find a way to the surface. Just take the opportunity to improve yourself. God knows you’re not perfect. Practice counterintuitive actions: forgive the unforgiveable, love the poisonous, empathize with the unbelievably psychotic. You’re not exactly sane yourself, you know. Nobody is, and if you can accept that, you can grow. The universe comes predisposed for balance; if you want bad people to feel bad, it’s as easy as doing nothing. Like honesty, it’s hard at first, but in time, it’s as easy as just not lying.
— Dan Harmon, You’ll Be Perfect When You’re Dead