1. Knock off the "safe space" nonsense- it makes you look weak and pathetic.
2. Attempt to find enough humility to at least entertain the notion that others may have legitimate reasons for disagreeing with you.
3. Listen to their reasons; you might actually learn something because, despite what you may have been told, you don't hold the monopoly on truth.
4. Educate yourself. It's not enough to have "feelings" about something... if you don't have facts, you don't have an argument.
5. Screaming, crying and throwing things is not proof of anything except mental instability. Try to exercise self-control and engage in rational thought and speech.
6. Unless someone comes goose-stepping by dressed as Hitler, refrain from calling anyone a Nazi. Remember that the people who are disagreeing with you are your fellow citizens, neighbours, and perhaps even family. The fact that they think differently than you doesn't make them evil.
7. Go home and take a good long look in the mirror. If you engaged in an attempt to shut down other peoples' right to free speech- violently or not- or if you cheered on those who did, then you are part of the problem. To demand free speech for yourself yet seek to deprive others of it is hypocritical and frankly, dangerous.
In closing, I'm going to post two videos. The first is an example of what passes for debate in the minds of social justice warriors. Language warning; this professor may be a woman, but she's no lady.
This next video is perhaps my favourite one from the last couple of weeks: a normal person getting fed up with a bunch of obnoxious and disruptive protesters. It never gets old.