For the past month now, my teacher has wasted almost an hour a day with me after school discussing a personal issue. I've been having panic attacks, and she's my psychology teacher. I feel like I have wasted so much of her time. I honestly want to thank her and I thought a note would be the best thing. I'm having trouble writing it because I'm afraid it'll seem stupid. Is it normal to write a letter? I really don't want to make a fool out of myself, but at the same time, I want her to know that I truly appreciate all she's doing. :\ She's spent so much time trying to consult me, and I feel horrible. Also, she's on my case about apologizing too much. Anything I could write to her? I've already sort of had a starting in mind.
But when I try to write a thank you note, I either make it seem creepy, or crappy. Can someone help me? This is what I have so far.
Originally Posted by Purple Bead
I want to thank you for all that you're doing. I feel a lot better after talking to you because knowing that someone cares takes away so much of the anxiety. Despite the fact that I've been extremely annoying, you're still helping me and I appreciate that. I wish that I wasn't feeling this way, and sometimes it's so bad that I can't take it alone. And having someone to talk to has really made me feel a lot better. You've been a really great help, and I'm really sorry about taking up so much of your time.
"I can stop the rain, but I can't stop the tears, oh I can fight the fire, but I can't fight the fear." - Three Days Grace
"Come back down, save yourself, if you fall then I will too and I can't save what's left of you." - Breaking Benjamin
"Everything about you pains my envying." - Muse
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