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The professor tried to destroy my reputation because I made a report against her with the dean. I won the case, but I am worried about the outcome that she may lose her job and will do some revenges on me. 

She knows my birthday date, full name, and my interests. I am worried about getting a career somewhere else to start my new life, then she could try to destroy my career eventually.

Do you have any suggestions how I can protect my reputation and my career after what happened to her? I wished that I could not do that, but I had no choice. If I didn’t report on her, then I would not graduate to finish my program at all. 

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1. Monitor your online presence: Check for any negative reviews or comments about you and take steps to address them as soon as possible.

2. Don’t burn bridges: Even if someone has wronged you, try to remain professional and don’t engage in public arguments.

3. Be honest: Always tell the truth and be upfront with people so that they know what to expect from you.

4. Apologize when necessary: If you make a mistake, own up to it and apologize sincerely.

5. Take responsibility for your actions: Own up to your mistakes and avoid blaming others for things that are your fault.

6. Build relationships: Connect with people who can help you build a positive reputation by networking, volunteering, and engaging on social media.

7. Stay active: Participate in activities that showcase your talents and skills.

8. Foster trust: Show people that they can count on you to do what you say you will.

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