- kristinabee123 "Ross Geller Is The Worst Fucking Thin..."
It’s so clique and you can see the ending coming right from the start
- kristinabee123 "Build An Easter Basket And We'll Gues..."
- kristinabee123 "Luna Teigen's Birthday Included Gifts..."
I’m having a hard time now that I’m in college and starting to meet new people that I doubt that everyone likes me, even my professors. I question why they like me or even if I do. I assume everyone talks about me when I’m not there even though I have no proof of this and they are all great people. My anxiety is turning me away from people would be great for my life and who could help me. But I assume that I annoy them and they talk to me to be nice.
Response to 22 Times Teachers Were Angels On Earth:
Each response made me cry :’) I had some good teachers (and definitely bad ones) but never ones that went out of their way like these ones. The most important goal was to pass the class and state test with the bare minimum and to graduate. I felt like they never really reached out either and never shared much about themselves to make us feel welcomed.
I’m in college now to be a teacher but I’m having a hard time with it and don’t think it’s for me. Or that I’d be good at it. I relate with so many of these stories especially the ones about depression and anxiety since I struggled with them all through highschool and again now. I feel like I would really be able to find those students and help them but idk. I’d love to see more posts like this :) especially with buzzfeed U.S.