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2-12-2012 @ 9:34AM
The spousal unit and I co-manage a fairly large level 25 Horde Guild and care for my mother who suffers from alzheimers. We have come together as a huge family unit and understand the needs that arise with not only our caregiver responsibities but those of our fellow guildees. Our guild raid practices are designed to accomodate those circumstances and it flows rather well. I don't run LFR so it allows the spousal unit the time and dedication to do so without interuption most of the time. We have always felt that if you conduct yourself with dignity and respect for those around you both in our game life as well as out of game life then the greater "game" of life is so much more rewarding!!! Simple respect for those you interact with never guarantee's that you won't come accross the asshats of the world but it always puts you in the right place doing the right thing and doesnt that make both worlds we walk thru a better place to be? "not a sermon, just a thought" LOL.
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