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    #16
    To say that last job was doing me no good is a pretty big understatement, at times when I could stay in good spirits I still knew I had to get out of there for both my financial health and my mental health.

    I mean I know part of ones own mental health is their own burden, but it did nothing but to hurt my mental health when I wore myself ragged doing good work for them for nearly every minute I have ever worked there, working lots of overtime some weeks (I had 68 hours many times by the time Fridays shift was done)

    all to get underpaid, feel very underappreciated (for all my hard work and focusing on making sure everything I did was to the best of my ability, I got yelled at a lot and once almost lost my temper and who knows what I would have done then; so I spared themselves from that and just left before I could melt down; and know no matter what I did there was never any chance to advance and they would rather keep as many workers as possible (even though the lazy workers drag everyone down), than to fire people that arent doing their fair share of work.

    I know I've had my fair share of drama on these replica forums, took things too far and got banned on 2 of them, but I feel thankful for these 2 forums that I am still on, and you guys know above all else I am a good guy; I am honest, and I will NEVER be the kind of person to misrepresent things and scam people.

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      #17
      Originally posted by tyrantblade View Post
      To say that last job was doing me no good is a pretty big understatement, at times when I could stay in good spirits I still knew I had to get out of there for both my financial health and my mental health.

      I mean I know part of ones own mental health is their own burden, but it did nothing but to hurt my mental health when I wore myself ragged doing good work for them for nearly every minute I have ever worked there, working lots of overtime some weeks (I had 68 hours many times by the time Fridays shift was done)

      all to get underpaid, feel very underappreciated (for all my hard work and focusing on making sure everything I did was to the best of my ability, I got yelled at a lot and once almost lost my temper and who knows what I would have done then; so I spared themselves from that and just left before I could melt down; and know no matter what I did there was never any chance to advance and they would rather keep as many workers as possible (even though the lazy workers drag everyone down), than to fire people that arent doing their fair share of work.

      I know I've had my fair share of drama on these replica forums, took things too far and got banned on 2 of them, but I feel thankful for these 2 forums that I am still on, and you guys know above all else I am a good guy; I am honest, and I will NEVER be the kind of person to misrepresent things and scam people.
      I’m glad you like your new job. I’ve always (unfortunately) spent more waking hours per day at work than waking hours with the family. If you hate what you’re doing it makes it hard to get up and go to work every day. I’m glad you’re still around Fluffy and it sounds like you are doing things the right way.
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        #18
        Originally posted by tyrantblade View Post
        To say that last job was doing me no good is a pretty big understatement, at times when I could stay in good spirits I still knew I had to get out of there for both my financial health and my mental health.

        I mean I know part of ones own mental health is their own burden, but it did nothing but to hurt my mental health when I wore myself ragged doing good work for them for nearly every minute I have ever worked there, working lots of overtime some weeks (I had 68 hours many times by the time Fridays shift was done)

        all to get underpaid, feel very underappreciated (for all my hard work and focusing on making sure everything I did was to the best of my ability, I got yelled at a lot and once almost lost my temper and who knows what I would have done then; so I spared themselves from that and just left before I could melt down; and know no matter what I did there was never any chance to advance and they would rather keep as many workers as possible (even though the lazy workers drag everyone down), than to fire people that arent doing their fair share of work.

        I know I've had my fair share of drama on these replica forums, took things too far and got banned on 2 of them, but I feel thankful for these 2 forums that I am still on, and you guys know above all else I am a good guy; I am honest, and I will NEVER be the kind of person to misrepresent things and scam people.
        You seem extremely transparent, I can't imagine any forum banning you. Beside you only need one place where you're among friends.....

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          #19
          and good luck with the new job, dont look back !

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            #20
            Great to hear, good to hear you're happy and enjoying it. Sounds like it'll be something you'll be at for a long time. people are generally adverse to change, either they don't want to or don't want to accept it. But once that change is made, they'll find:
            • this could be good for them and in it, see the silver linings and openly embrace it
            • the change was a terrible idea and want to go back to previous or make another change
            • or accept whatever it is and stick with it
            The challenge is staying ahead and not seeing faults or cracks (where you'll find yourself looking again) but how to contribute and fix those cracks. Those that motivate and excite is what matters and makes you the better person.

            Good luck and all the best!
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              #21
              Originally posted by tyrantblade View Post
              To say that last job was doing me no good is a pretty big understatement, at times when I could stay in good spirits I still knew I had to get out of there for both my financial health and my mental health.

              I mean I know part of ones own mental health is their own burden, but it did nothing but to hurt my mental health when I wore myself ragged doing good work for them for nearly every minute I have ever worked there, working lots of overtime some weeks (I had 68 hours many times by the time Fridays shift was done)

              all to get underpaid, feel very underappreciated (for all my hard work and focusing on making sure everything I did was to the best of my ability, I got yelled at a lot and once almost lost my temper and who knows what I would have done then; so I spared themselves from that and just left before I could melt down; and know no matter what I did there was never any chance to advance and they would rather keep as many workers as possible (even though the lazy workers drag everyone down), than to fire people that arent doing their fair share of work.

              I know I've had my fair share of drama on these replica forums, took things too far and got banned on 2 of them, but I feel thankful for these 2 forums that I am still on, and you guys know above all else I am a good guy; I am honest, and I will NEVER be the kind of person to misrepresent things and scam people.
              Yup, lots of drama . . . but you've come out the other side wiser and with a better knowledge of yourself - and a better job.
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                #22
                Good for you, Fluffy. Go show those lazy, jealous knuckleheads what mettle you’re made of! You passed a UDS?? Man, you’ve exceeded my expectations already!!














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                  #23
                  Congratulations! That’s awesome. Currently exploring my options as well! Best wishes to you!


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                    #24
                    Change of the job never is an easy decision. Few years ago I had a good job, in a really decent company, but I was ambitious and moved on to another one which that time I considered as a "dream job".
                    'Dream job' turned out to be a complete shite and two years later I left burned out totally.
                    Now, again have a good job (the best so far) and salary is nicer.

                    Originally posted by tyrantblade View Post

                    all to get underpaid, feel very underappreciated (for all my hard work and focusing on making sure everything I did was to the best of my ability, I got yelled at a lot and once almost lost my temper and who knows what I would have done then; so I spared themselves from that and just left before I could melt down; and know no matter what I did there was never any chance to advance and they would rather keep as many workers as possible (even though the lazy workers drag everyone down), than to fire people that arent doing their fair share of work.
                    Taking some risk is always better than camping in a place where you do not feel it is good for you.
                    Glad you realized it on time and found the strength to move. Looks like you did the best move. Congrats and all of the best in the new place!
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                      #25
                      Excellent news, Fluffy!

                      Kudos!!

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                        #26
                        Tell your old co workers " fortune favors the bold".

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                          #27
                          Congratulations to you!

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