I push carts at a local grocery store and my supervisor is really getting on my nerves. Along with being in charge of 4 different lots, alone, I also have several other responsibilities within the hour. So the cart content fills up in my absence. My supervisor nags me over the fact there are still carts outside. I mean, yes there are still carts outside. There will always be carts outside so long as customers keep taking them and not putting them back. So customers = carts. Along with that, I only have 30 minutes each hour to collect those carts and four lots to work, which means more space and less time. Management says I do a good job, but my supervisor still nags me. I’m getting more stress than I did as a cashier. I can’t do the job of 2 or three people. I wish she’d just transfer like all the other supervisors and managers do. Corporate likes to shuffle people around.
I own Demons of Wrath by Corwin Hargrove. I used it once but assumed the method (Divine names for binding) hurts or offends the spirit. Course the night after I got this weird idea demons enjoy candy, particularly chocolate. I like the book because the rituals in it deal more with hindering a target than causing actual harm. I am yet to find an lhp book that does that. They can range from temporary impediment to long term disruption (Which I save for you know who). I’m considering using the book on her, but I don’t want to offend the spirit. Any suggestions?