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5-24-2010 @ 2:32PM
Venting in general is not a bad thing. I know, for example, that I can be quite a difficult person to have in a group as a friend. So, once in a while, I skip out of an evening and let me friends have their own time. And, from other friends, I know that sometimes those evenings are being used to vent frustration and irritations. That's not a bad thing, because on the next meeting, they'll have the frustration discussed and are willing to just have a good time. Same happens in other locations, such as school or a work-environment. It's not bad, as long as it doesn't start feeding more rage. And that's a fine line.I believe it's up to the people venting to be responsible and decide that venting time is over, and the time is there to get on and improve. Venting is not solving problems, just releasing tension.
5-25-2010 @ 11:37PM
It seems like the GM has taken a very logical, tolerant approach to solving his guild's issues so far. So why then do these angry members not feel comfortable bringing their complaints to his attention? Yes venting is good, but it sounds like these guys may be destructive for it's own sake. It's entirely possible they have no desire to be cooperative or try to fix things. Like Lavoz above said, part of responsibility is with the angry member(s) saying "ok thats enough, now I will try to improve the situation." It doesn't sound like thats what these guys want necessarily.
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