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    11-27-2008, 08:42 PM
I would just be straight forward to the instructor. Tell them that you think you could get more out of lessons from this other instructor. If I was an instructor I would just prefer someone tell me there not coming anymore than try to get around hurting there feelings.
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    03-14-2009, 04:36 PM
Yeah, I grew up in one barn for 8 years and didnt learn much because I didnt care or know and ten three years later I went to another one and I worked there as a working student....well that was a mistake the lady was a complete vixen. And she trash talked everyone even me after I left! Now im at a new place and feel like I moved to another country or something...does anyone have any tips to help me survive? Its nice there but I feel like so...out of place...
    03-16-2009, 05:44 PM
Originally Posted by mellow26    
now im at a new place and feel like I moved to another country or something...does anyone have any tips to help me survive? Its nice there but I feel like so...out of place...
Listen, smile and nod. Don't get into gossip or behind the back discussions.

Be true in your praise or admiration of a person's horse or tack, etc.

And remember no matter what - no one is more important than you are. We are all the same. Some have more important jobs but we all breathe the same air.

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