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I have a phone interview today. Thank you for your advice! Good luck on your interview! Even if it doesn't work out, keep plugging away, you will get out and ok. I hear you man. That said, my family and I are fine financially, we're much happier in general, and there's nothing to say I can't look for another higher paying job some point in the future.
That's really awesome. I'm glad you're happier now and pushed for it. Pay cuts suck though. Remember that a job that pays 65 k that you can stand to keep for only 3 months with months of unemployment actually pays significantly less than a 45k a year job that lasts for as long as you want it to.
Since this is advice for people with past history of being bullied at work, I'd say sustainable is key. We all want to believe the 'white knight' workplace with high pay exists. But it is real or healthy or is it another unsustainable situation? Is it more lies and more high turnover? Because its easy to get people to sign on for 2 months of hell when the package looks so good, and they're promising a permanent job, yet we all know that ribbon laced package is empty inside.
I'd say take a pay cut and then move up when you are ready. You may find you cannot handle the lifestyle required of the people who make that extra 30k. Sometimes people want to leave a toxic job so badly that they end up in another toxic job, and the cycle continues.
That was and is a huge fear of mine. I felt like I was poisoned after I left and I'd be more attracted to toxic jobs in the future. Mindful of that, I specifically took a job in a different but related industry that has a much different culture.
So far so good. This is exactly why you don't expand your spending or you can help it. Many of those co workers are trapped because of debt that can't downsize. Too big of a house or car. I've been in one of these. It's amazing how stupid I felt working there, like the most idiotic person in the place.
Changed jobs, suddenly I'm indispensable and nobody knows what they'd do without me. Until they laid me off anyway. But the difference was huge. The original company doesn't even exist anymore. Thanks for posting this. I managed to get out of a toxic work environment because my husband told me to not worry about the money, just quit.
I was too tired and emotionally weighted down to job hunt when I got home. I was becoming suicidal. My husband hid all sharp objects in the house because he was afraid of what could happen if he wasn't home.
Of course after I quit what happens? My husband's now ex best friend berated me on Facebook for making the "stupidest decision of my life. Wow did my husband have to hold back from outright punching him. I think everyone thought I was crazy too when I left my job. A few people mentioned off hand that it was "too bad I couldn't handle it", it pissed me right off.
Then I realized a Just like my toxic job, I don't have to be around it anymore and it's in my power to end those relationships, and b People don't know anything, they're looking through the keyhole on the door of your life and formulating their own story in their heads that have nothing to do with the reality of what's going on. Good on you for leaving, and good on your husband for supporting you and not punching the dude!
This is excellent advice and very relatable. I also made the decision to leave a toxic work environment a year ago. I was a teacher in an urban school environment and the treatment of the teachers, students and families was deplorable. It's been difficult to move on because I loved working with those children but I haven't once regretted it.
I have a question for you and for others out there with similar experiences. I'm going through this process right now, and I've resolved to ask for references from people I trust that have left the organization already. I don't know if this would be applicable to you, but I would imagine there's probably a few people who have jumped ship before you that can relate enough to help you out. It totally is. The people who stay long term honestly exhibit Stockholm Syndrome symptoms: One guy I knew got screamed at by the boss at 3AM, I talked to him later about it and he said "Well it's my own fault, really" - couldn't believe it.
I really don't want to mix the two as that would be a toxic workplace issue for me and right now you brought that home to me. Literally home. This hit the nail on the head. I just left this environment myself. My health was turning bad and I put on 40 pounds through excessive hours, stress eating, coffee and booze. I'm so happy to be out of that awful place. Things are getting better at my new place. Please do not try and sell cards or decks within this subreddit.
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Do Snoop Goblins feel very weak all of the sudden? Of course sometimes the opponent is clueless and goes shield down on turn 3 with Snoop in play, but thats an exception and those victories don't feel well-earned. The discard version seems particularly bad: yeah you can interact with opponents hand but you lack explosiveness in building your board.
The prospector version offers many ways to manipulate mana but have few ways to interact with spells of bigger creatures. There's more play to it at least. Personally I think it is the favor of the month deck. Not that it is bad but because it is new, people jumped on it.
With it being new, people had to figure out how to play it and how to play against it. Push, path, and bolt deal with snoop and decks like titan and tron just lose to it. That usually slows the game down just enough for an Oblivion Stone, Ugin, or All is Dust to sweep the board. After game one, you can board in [[Spatial Contortion]] or [[Dismember]] for a lot more targeted removal.
I think this is secretly key. Knowing that killing harbinger is better than killing Snoop is something that a lot of people have started to figure out and it makes it much easier to interact with the deck. Killing Snoop is usually a pretty bad way to stop goblins. Can you explain to me why killing Harbinger is better? I really don't understand why killing Harbinger would be better. If you can kill both, then that's ideal. If you have to pick one then killing harbinger is better because it really screws up their draw and it adds more value than killing Snoop.
What ends up happening is they activate Snoop to make a Snoop copy and in response you kill harbinger. Now they have one of their 2 Kiki's on top of their library, and next turn they're forced to draw it. Kiki is awful in hand or on the battlefield, so by making them draw it you have essentially stopped their draw for turn.
You get to 2. In addition, you only have to kill 2 harbingers this way to lock the opponent out of their combo win, while you have to kill all 4 snoops. Goblin matron and ringleader give goblins a lot of consistency when trying to find what they need. They also act similarly to Snoop when the goblin deck is stuck playing fair because all 3 of these creatures are meant to be card advantage.
It's rather hard to make goblins run out of cards because of this, so killing Snoop only lowers their draw power. It doesn't do enough to really stop the deck. TLDR; Snoop is just A card advantage piece without the combo, and it is more efficient to kill harbinger to stop the combo than it is to kill Snoop.
I still don't understand. They have a Snoop without summoning sickness and then play a Harbinger and proceed to put Kiki on top of their library.thats sidechain compression. a cool trick is to sidechain compress just some frequencies. for example, u can sidechain the kick and just side chained the lower bands, the sub, so u can have a good bass tone with a lot of volume and loose volume on the low end part.