Dad's the hardest one: "Welcome to the real world. If you can't develop the qualities they're looking for, then maybe you're not really management material, 'cos these problems with staff and superiors is not something that'll only be found at McD's."
Mom's going for the easy way out: "You know you're not happy there. When you took the job it was meant as an emergency solution to being unemployed. Break out from your little circle of friends and explore the world. Find a job in Britain or South Africa, or somewhere else where you can learn new things, make new friends and make new contacts. Maybe it's time you left the country."
Uncle was sympathetic but didn't really offer any advice. 'I know what you're going through, I'm the owner of a fitness-club and I know how hard it is to let your staff do the things you want them to do. Hang in there, you'll find out what's best for you."
And finally: Aunt Annie. "I knew it right from the start, McD's does not suit you. You should be working abroad in a luxurious 4 or 5 star hotel! Quit your job and buy a planeticket. Or find yourself a job at the TV or radio (she knows I like media). Or try to earn your living with the band."
So, the entire family is certain about the fact that I should quit ASAP. I'm still having doubts (I know, even despite my treatment the other day), but I DO know that I won't be working there much longer. All I need is a better job.
I'm sure Gina can find me work in Toronto. Who knows, we might become neighbours ;)
Seriously now: any help on finding work abroad is appreciated. And yes, I do know monster.com