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I feel silly so I'm going anonymous and Im a regular. (Im a girl btw)

Quite a long story but I'll try to make it short. Im in my final year of sixth form. Last year I had quite a small class with a teacher I liked a lot. We got to know him really well over the last year as we were sixth formers although I knew a fair bit about him cause he taught me for 3 years before.

Now at the end of last year he left due to personal reasons and I dont do the subject anymore. The trouble is I love him like a dad,(I dont find him attractive) as he is the only teacher who I could chat to properly and he was always supportive about any of my problems, academic or otherwise, always looked forward to the lesson as well as the work. I always just liked him so much cos hes an extremely kind, generous person.

This year I've been crying in school cause he isnt there. I was always dreading saying goodbye, but not so soon. I get tearful everyday when I remember hes left and I cant chat to him about my troubles. I keep expecting him to walk past in the corridors and I hate not doing the lesson etc. I hate the thought of this year as I many of my mates have left too. I felt a bit better over the summer, its just being in school gets me crying cos I cant separate my association between the school and him, as he was there in year 7, though I didnt know him then. I feel so lonely.

Thanks for reading all that! Your thoughts on dealing with it are very much appreciated. x
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I miss Dr. Allenby; he's amazing !!!!
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Aww that must be awful! I know what it is like to miss someone terribly, and it certainly is a horrible experience. But if you were that close, can you not write to him from time to time and keep in touch? Of course it is not the same thing as seeing him every day at school, but trust me, time heals most wounds, however cliched that might be. It does not seem like this will ever happen now, but in a few weeks you will start missing him less and less.

Courage!
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You miss a teacher? wow...never,ever heard of that. Ppl come and go out of our lives all the time, just move on. Dont forget him, but dont dwell on it.
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Is there anyway you could keep in touch via email or something? I don't see why not, I mean it's not like you had a crush on him or anything.

I really missed my tutor when she left, but it gets easier, seriously
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i missed a teacher once. I was having a really good time when i suddenly felt the need to be bored out of my ****ing mind!
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I miss my primary school female teacher's body. Hehe.
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Aww. That's quite sweet. But... get over it.
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Anonymous #1
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Ive got his email, yeah but I'll just have to let time pass
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i miss my teacher too . she was hot. ok maybe a ten year age difference but hey she was nice. i had a feelin she was flirtin wit me. oh well...
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(Original post by lipowicha)
i miss my teacher too . she was hot. ok maybe a ten year age difference but hey she was nice. i had a feelin she was flirtin wit me. oh well...
in your dreams.

I would like to know if my teacher is alive, she had cancer last yr
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Anonymous #1
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(Original post by blackswan)
in your dreams.

I would like to know if my teacher is alive, she had cancer last yr
awww sorry to hear that. Yes everyone I know how silly Im being , I just got overly attached to him thats all, I dont think Ive ever been that attached to one before, although I tend to get on with them. Its mostly the shock of having the closeness of the lesson to look forward to, it used to make my day (luckily I had it 4 days out of 5 every week)
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I know what you mean :bawling: This is so unfair
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I understand how you feel. I also had a teacher at primary school who I missed. When she left on maternity leave I was in Year Six and I was so upset because I thought I'd never see her again, once I went to secondary school. Thankfully I visit the school every now and then and we talk.

Since you do still have contact with this man it will be easier to move on without him. Are you sure he's the only teacher at your school who was like this? I'm sure there are others who you will probably get closer to over time. Hope some of this helps.
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I miss my french teacher who ive known since year 7.. she is truly amazing and when the **** hit the fan she was the only one who believed in me right til the very end in French and German when all the other teachers hated me for no apparent reason other than I didnt satisfy their needs of getting As ! Im not ashamed to say .. although she could never replace my mum .. she was like a parent figure to me especilly after she knew my mum died .. she was my source of inspiration and my mum thought alot of her too when she was alive.I also miss my old German teacher Mrs Smith .. she was such a legend and if it wasn't for her I would not have had the strength to pursue German and become as good as I am today!
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Awww. Chin up! It'll get better. I'm struggling a bit this year too (year 13) as my form tutor who was amazing has gone, and now I have noone to ***** at about everything - I do love a good moan and now he's not there it's sort of.. weird. Don't like it. Also, a teacher I got on amazingly well with and who really helped me through a lot the psat 6 years went at the same time, so am feeling a little bit lost at school at the moment.. but I'm sure the feelings will eventually pass and it's just a matter of time for us I'm afraid! Good luck
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At least you can still email him. Do you know if he has a new job? Perhaps you could go and visit him, or arrange through email to go and get a coffee. I do that with my old teachers from upper sixth.
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thanks for being so nice to me He retired so he has no new job, it would be good to meet up though. quite a few good teachers left so it feels a bit weird
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consider yourself lucky you can still see him if you try.
in my whole school life i had 2 teachers with whom i could really relate and connect. we used to help each other with the others' problems and, despite me only being 14-17, they alwqays took me seriously.
2 years ago, during the summer between year 11 and lower 6th, one of them died of cancer. it was bad enough but then a year later, the other committed suicide because his wife died.
ive had no one to talk to about all my problems, so be happy that youre still able to connect with a teacher who you care so much about.
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I'm feeling the exact same pain as you right now... we'll fight this battle together
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