It gets worse and worse every day. I've been at my current job for about 6 months now, and I don't know how much longer I'll last. Though my company is pretty big, my department is tiny, with only 5 employees. I wrote another thread about this, but I'll give a very short summary to refresh. What started making my job really miserable was when my immediate supervisor (my department manager) started piling work on me and snubbing me. This suddenly happened after we had hung out as friends for a few weeks. I strongly believe it was for personal reasons. She seems to be jealous of me because I had friends and seemed overall happy with my life, whereas she is totally unstable and is in abusive relationship after abusive relationship and has no friends (she says this herself). After consulting with some pfers, I decided to keep a professional, yet personally distant, relationship and do my job as best I could. I, by myself, carried half the department's productivity and stayed at work late because it's totally impossible to get all my work done in 40 hours/week (although that's all I get paid for). I did this for a couple of weeks, then the CEO and VP call me in and pummel me with several demands and criticisms, telling me that I'm not doing enough for the company. I was p--ssed because no one else in the department produces as much as me, and I'm the only one who actually arrives to work on time and stays late. The company is rapidly expanding, and they told me that I have to deal with it, but it seems to me like no one else in my department has an increase in responsibilities. OK, so I stay even later at work and start producing even MORE, then the VP calls me into her office again yesterday to tell me I'm STILL not doing enough for them. I call my sister to vent, and she totally encourages me to just do more and stick it out for another 6 months, so that I'll have given this company a year. I want to, but it's really hard and for what they're paying me (which isn't much), I feel this is totally unfair, considering that I really am doing far more work than everyone else in the department. I feel like I have to give up what little personal life I do have in order to get better at work, and even then I don't know if I'd succeed, since the demands of my CEO and VP are so great. Is my thinking totally wrong? Has anyone else been in the same situation?