A story about vici
There’s a woman named Vici. Every time I go out with Vici terrible things seem to happen to her. People say and do things to her that ruins her day and she can’t believe it. The friends and people closest to her create drama and are constantly making things more difficult than they should be for Vici.
Vici LOVES to talk about all these bad things that her boss, her parents, her friends, strangers, and the world are doing to her. And there’s something you should know about Vici that she would HATE if I told you…
Vici secretly gets satisfaction from the feeling that she has it “tougher” than everyone else. She finds comfort in knowing that everyone else is screwed up and wrong. It makes her life easier. And when people don’t do or say what Vici expects them to, it ruins her mood.
Somehow Vici’s never wrong or ever at fault. And the rest of the world’s problems, issues, and the way they talk to her are the reason for her frustrations and disappointments.
Maybe you’ve met Vici?
Well, you have because everyone knows “Vici”. Vici’s name is short for “Victim” and we all know her. Everyone has a Vici in their life. It could even be you…
And guess what? It’s easy to be “Vici” sometimes.
So why does Vici find excuses for her life and blame others for what happens? And why is Vici important to you?
Because acting like “Vici” releases you from being responsible for your actions, and from the unpleasant things that happen around you. Yep, it places the fault and responsibility for what’s wrong on other people. You’ll never get far with any of your close personal relationships with this attitude—especially with a man.