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I've been in your shoes before, and, like you, decided to hold on, because I thought it was a great job, but I ended up learning that this type of behavior will not stop and the person will hit the bottom eventually.

No matter how much you love this place, you MUST make the mental decision to get out as soon as possible.

Cheflayne is 100% correct, and others, who have been around the block, can see.

I know this will be difficult but consider that conditions being what they are, you may find yourself out as well, if you continue to stay.

You hard work and caring mean little when it comes to this kind of thing.

I might also add the 'drunk' chefs, are common in our industry, as are drugged, divorced, and maniac Chefs are.

After a while, as a applicant you MAY be able to see through this type of thing in the interview.

I wish you luck, and please let us know what happens.
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