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All Eyes On Me ~ Part One
« on: November 28, 2008, 03:55:35 pm »
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There seems to be a trend of these threads now, so I think there are few thing people don't know about me that maybe they should.

My name is Victoria Annie Constance (I don't want to disclose my surname or any-one else's).  I am 20 years old and from Cambridgeshire in England. I grew up living with my mum, dad, Brother John, Sister Natalie, and Brother Jeff.

I went to my local Primary School, the same school most children in my neighbourhood went.  I was picked on occasionally at this school because of various, the main ones being that I had a 'family' and I was a teacher's pet.  Because of my parents I knew what to do if someone was mean to me, I stood up for myself.  I had two sets of friends; the ones at school and the ones at home.  They only crossed paths when I had a birthday party, which was only twice.  My best friends growing up were Stephanie D, Kelly & Adam R, Sian and Viola, Sarah and Russell S. and Kascia M.  Kelly and I were always making up dance routines to Disney songs, and we performed them for family members, this is the origin of my love to entertain and my love of dance.  Although my brothers were older than I was, their friends were also my friends.  Luke and Matthew were the best of all my brothers’ friends.  These were, without doubt, the best days of my life.  When I was roughly six or seven years old my sister Natalie did something that I found to be out of order and so I stopped talking to her and to this day I have no contact with her, I have forgiven her for what she did to (not to any-one else) but I cannot have her in my life.  When I was seven years old I was playing with an older family acquaintance when he, well, something inappropriate happened I'll just say that.  I never told any-one what had happened and we are still friends with him to this day, and I don't like him very much but I have a good relationship with him; I doubt he even remembers doing it, to be honest.  When I was eight years old a boy in my class was strangled to death by his mother, this resulted in a week off school as the press all surrounded the school making it impossible to get in and out without your picture being in the newspapers.

When I was eight years old, my friends (Kelly, Adam, Stephanie, Sian and Viola) all moved to different areas and so I had to make new friends, which wasn't hard as I was a sociable little girl.  However, when I was nine years old my parents decided it was best for our family to move from that area to where my mother was born and had been brought up.      The first primary school I attended in the new area was literally a three minute walk from our new house.  I made two friends at this school; unfortunately, because I was new I was a prime-target.  When there was someone to be blamed you could bet your bottom dollar it would be Victoria's fault.  The teacher's were no help; they also bullied me into what I am today.  I came home for dinner one day and I told my mum what was happening (being a teacher's pet I wasn't used to what she was doing so I asked her about it), she left me at home and she went to the school and talked to my teacher and headmaster about it.  I never went back to that school.  The next school I went to was still a Primary school but it was a lot bigger than I was used to.  I already had made a friend there, my mum was working as a care worker and so she arranged a meeting between me and her daughter, Laura.  I didn't know it but Laura was a member of the 'Popular Gang', which made me part of the Popular Gang...which was the best place to be.  There was a heavily overweight girl in the school called Melanie; Melanie listed Laura as one of her best friends.  Laura, however got all of her friends to shout "Godzilla" at her, being from a 'larger' family myself I didn't part-take.  Eventually Laura realised I wasn't going to be nasty to any-one and so she started a rumour (that went around the whole school) that I had slept with a boy that she fancied (please remember I was ten years old at the time), this was just the sign of things to come.  After weeks of bullying, I told my mum one morning on the way to school I told what had been happening and she came into the school with me and talked to my teacher, the teacher was more concerned with the amount of time I had been off sick and an upcoming trip to Jersey.  After an hour of 'heated discussion' my mum walked home with me and I never returned.  I had to ask a friend to get my stuff from my drawer (we didn't have lockers).
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« Reply #1 on: November 28, 2008, 04:02:59 pm »
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Thanks for sharing with us Vicky, you sure have had an interesting and quite sad childhood. In some areas I too can relate. Look forward to more I'm glad your parents knew you were being bullied..I never told mine till after I left.
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« Reply #2 on: November 29, 2008, 01:07:40 pm »
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Interesting to read Victoria, thanks for sharing (Constance? Nice).  I want to know what happened next (I know it's not a work of fiction but still...).  Its a shame you suffered being bullied.  I bet it was horrible, but well done to you for standing up for what you think was right.
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« Reply #3 on: October 07, 2009, 11:30:55 am »
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I've only just realised people repliedto this thread.


Quote from: miss sixty on November 28, 2008, 04:02:59 pm   

Thanks for sharing with us Vicky, you sure have had an interesting and quite sad childhood.
I would not say my childhood was sad, Elizabeth.  Out of all my friends I had the best childhood.  I had a family, most of my friends didn't.  I would play with my best friend Stephanie and she would say "I wish I had your mom".  I had one of the best childhoods going.


Quote from: maryd on November 29, 2008, 01:07:40 pm   

Interesting to read Victoria, thanks for sharing (Constance? Nice).  I want to know what happened next (I know it's not a work of fiction but still...).  Its a shame you suffered being bullied.  I bet it was horrible, but well done to you for standing up for what you think was right.
Yes,*sigh*, Constance,,,I detest that name (especially since my father insists on calling me Connie).  And thank you
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« Reply #4 on: October 07, 2009, 01:37:44 pm »
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I love the name Constance! It sounds really elegant.
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« Reply #5 on: October 08, 2009, 04:50:22 am »
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Wow, Vic... That's not an easy life you've had... I'm sorry about it, but I think it's a good thing you can say that your childhood was the best of all of your friends. I think it shows that you can look at the positive things in life, eventhough all of the bad things that have happened.
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