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Charities, groups, organisations, etc. exist all over the country to provide something for the community and most who take part do so for genuine reasons. Unfortunately, you will always find someone somewhere who gets involved in order to dominate, take control and look better rather than to participate in the normal way.
These people often have a chip on their shoulder and progress by bullying and belittling others. Let me tell you of a national organisation which has groups across the UK, and one group within the region where I live has an officer with a chip on her shoulder who suffers from a form of Small Person Syndrome.
Ever since I first met this officer as a local representative (above group level) I saw how bossy and domineering she was, and members from other groups have also commented about her ways. Since being promoted to a more regional level representative this officer has started taking the law into her own hands as well as dictating to other officers and members treating some like children. She doesn't seem to understand some procedures, tries to undercut some processes, is rather disorganised, and is climbing the ranks by sucking up to the tea-set at national executive level.
There is nothing worse than an officer suffering from a "Small Person Syndrome" disorder who is standing on their pedestal trying to look bigger and better than everyone else when it is obvious that by taking the pedestal away and putting this officer on a level playing field she will be seen as smaller and inferior to the many she has belittled.
But then shit always rises to the top! Many thanks for reading...
By: Messy Beast