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    So my favourite teacher had a conversation the other day and somehow I managed to say how I'm on setraline and just finished therapy. He was so lovely and understanding! Today I asked if he would judge me on it, he replied of course not and if I ever want to speak to him I can. Has anyone had an experience like this? Have I overshared and do you think I can talk to him if I needed to? Would it look like I was looking for attention???
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    (Original post by Foxfeet)
    So my favourite teacher had a conversation the other day and somehow I managed to say how I'm on setraline and just finished therapy. He was so lovely and understanding! Today I asked if he would judge me on it, he replied of course not and if I ever want to speak to him I can. Has anyone had an experience like this? Have I overshared and do you think I can talk to him if I needed to? Would it look like I was looking for attention???
    Teachers aren't just there to teach. They're there to support students too. If you feel comfortable talking to him then go for it. You can never know for sure how somebody will take it, but it sounds like he cares and wouldn't judge you or see it negatively. I think it actually takes a lot of strength to be honest about issues you're having.
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