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2-14-2011 @ 11:18AM
Hi,As an officer, I can sympathise. I personally would suggest using both the author methods. 1) resign as an officer - its not doing you any favours - and is causing you problems - so say sorry and step down. Find a replacement for yourself as an officer - and with your GM's ok, train them to do your job.Now raid solely as a raider for a week or two and judge if you are now enjoying the gameIf not - then go for 2) explain you need to have a break, and take one. Dont visit forums, read up, or blog anything wow related. Let it completely go. Explore other games (pref non MMO ones so they are completely different) and other aspects of life (BEER &GIRLS!!!! - not ness in that order :) ) or if your inclination is other to that then (BOYS n BOOZE). Being a sudent means theres probably a lot of that around you. Other activities, hobbys etc.When you feel that you now want to log on, then hopefully you will find refreshed and having fun again. Be cafeful not to run back to your old ways, let it build gradually, if you want it to get back to the same level at all. Start with a few heroics, then progress back to raiding, and then decide if thats enough for you. If you then want to go back to officer, have a word with your GM and see what can be done.I have taken a break or two, sometimes enforced by personal circumstances, sometimes cos I felt it was a chore to log on. Tis worth a go.
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