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2-18-2008 @ 11:35AM
I was the second in command in my guild, raid leader, and the guy that everyone came to when our GL was being... well too GLish. Lol. I helped out with everyones drama issues, never create drama on purpose, and all the drama that i did create was between me and our GL, in private, only availible to see by some officers.I left the guild partly because i didn't have time to be an officer cause of school, but mostly because of our GL. When I decided to leave I had already talked it through with each our officers 1 on 1 as well as some of our members that i trusted. The final thing i did was talk to my GL about it.My biggest peice of advice would be to talk to the person you are having issues with, or talk about the problem with your officers. If they don't listen to you, or don't care, then its time for you to leave. If they do listen, but you can't seem to reconcile things (whcih is what happened in my case), then its time for your to leave.Hopefully you can work things out. I had thought about leaving multiple times, and by talking it out I postponed my leaving for around 6 months. It really does help. But sometimes you just arent happy and need to move on.Good luck to you stacy
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