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        02-10-2014, 06:31 PM
      #101
    Weanling
    Not am option for me to stay on school. The bloody Queen could tell me to go and I wouldn't. I don't just not like school it is the worst part of my life I have to endure and you clearly have never been treated the way I have at school. Self Ham being a big party of my life until last year because of it. So just leave me alone saying I'm going to fail if I don't go because I hate it.

    Achieving my NVQs from an apprenticeship is a much more respected qualification than if I were at college.

    Horses quite literally are my life and I improve every time I'm near them.
         
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        02-10-2014, 06:36 PM
      #102
    Green Broke
    You hate school, college is completly different, more akin to university than to school. Hell you can even do A levels by distance learning, the only time you have to interact with any form of classmate then is during exams. Also a 6thform college is highly unlikely to have any of your old classmates in it

    But hey you are determined to ruin your life and make your poor mum extremly miserable in the process.
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        02-10-2014, 06:41 PM
      #103
    Weanling
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by faye    
    GCSE PE riding can be completed by total novices with less than 6 weeks riding experiance if they have a good horse! I've lent horses for the assessment and coached people through it.

    Your riding is not as good as you seem to think it is.
    Whether it is our not, I have done all of it for my horse, not been given her to do an assessment on. I work hard, muck out and groom for fun. If anything I prefer making a good bed for my horse first and riding afterwards. I'm a good student and I ask lots of questions. I ask people about things I've heard and ask their opinion and then try it out. I'm not some spilt girl who just got a horse I had to work with her for 10 months before I was allowed to buy her and we couldn't pay nearly two game outright for her, monthly payments and if I didn't ride her everyday she'd throw me off. I was way too stubborn and got back on and did it again, falling off again and again until I learnt to ride through it.
         
        02-10-2014, 06:43 PM
      #104
    Yearling
    Faye is right, college is COMPLETELY different. I hated school with a passion. I don't mind college, I can go to my classes then go home.

    Also, you have NO GROUNDS whatsoever to be telling us about "we CLEARLY must not have been treated the same way" as you. It's flat out insulting. Many, many of us have been treated like crap, abused verbally and mentally and some physically, and have found ways of dealing with it. For many of us it was horses. Life is what YOU make it. If YOU are letting all of this get to you, that's on you. Professional help would help immensely if it's getting you down this badly. School is full of nasty people, and it's up to you whether to let that get to you and shut down, to ignore it, or to reach out for help. But shooting the rest of us down because you hate school and we "must not understand" you and what you went through is juvenile and insulting.
         
        02-10-2014, 06:45 PM
      #105
    Weanling
    All of my year are going to all the 6th forms and colleges around. I want nothing to do with them ever again. It'll cost too much in bus fees and my mum was the one to say not college and I said not sixth form. I wont ruin my life because I'm not like my dad and piss of telling me I'll upset my mum in the process because she is my only friemd and you know nothing about me!

    I frigging hate my life as it is and I was hoping for some help from horsey people but clearly not. Your just the same as everyone else.
         
        02-10-2014, 06:47 PM
      #106
    Yearling
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by madyasmkey    
    All of my year are going to all the 6th forms and colleges around. I want nothing to do with them ever again. It'll cost too much in bus fees and my mum was the one to say not college and I said not sixth form. I wont ruin my life because I'm not like my dad and piss of telling me I'll upset my mum in the process because she is my only friemd and you know nothing about me!

    I frigging hate my life as it is and I was hoping for some help from horsey people but clearly not. Your just the same as everyone else.
    I think it might be time to seek professional help from a therapist.
         
        02-10-2014, 06:48 PM
      #107
    Weanling
    You're attitude is keeping you from a world of knowledge.
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        02-10-2014, 06:52 PM
      #108
    Green Broke
    [QUOTE=madyasmkey;4734714]All of my year are going to all the 6th forms and colleges around. I want nothing to do with them ever again. It'll cost too much in bus fees and my mum was the one to say not college and I said not sixth form. I wont ruin my life because I'm not like my dad and piss of telling me I'll upset my mum in the process because she is my only friemd and you know nothing about me!

    I frigging hate my life as it is and I was hoping for some help from horsey people but clearly not. Your just the same as everyone else.[/QUOTE

    The funny thing is we ARE trying to help you because we DO care.

    And just wondering... What kind of responses were you hoping for? Did you want us to say "Yeah, who needs school anyway!!!"? Discourage you from bettering yourself? Decrease the likelihood of you achieving your dreams??

    And I agree. I think it's time to find a therapist and go to your school administration and work out these issues if your being bullied.
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        02-10-2014, 06:52 PM
      #109
    Weanling
    Just leave me alone. I do everything of my own back and I don't need some people talking to me and telling me they can make everything better when they can't.

    I was simply asking for help getting into training and I got that. Not for people telling me how Crap my life will be if I don't do what they tell me.
         
        02-10-2014, 06:55 PM
      #110
    Green Broke
    Did it ever occur to you that if everyone is saying the same thing then its most likely they are right.

    You need to grow a pair and confront the bullys. At the moment they have won.

    Oh and BTW you have no idea of what some of us went through at school or in our personal lives. Some of which is far worse than a tomato in your hair!
         

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