A Thank You Letter To My Support System
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A Thank You Letter To My Support System

I will never be able to thank you enough.

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In today's world, everyone wants to be thanked or recognized for everything they're doing. Sometimes people get busy and forget to thank everyone who has made an impact or been there for them during the tough times in their life. So here goes nothing.

To my support system,

You'll each receive your own paragraph later on but I wanted to start off by saying thank you for everything you have done for me. It's gotten me where I am today and I don't know what I would do without you. You've pushed me when I've been close to giving up and you've boosted my confidence when I was low.

Thank you to my parents, who have been there for me through thick and thin. You've supported me through school and all of my decisions. You've helped me become a better person and you have given me so many opportunities in life. You've kept me going even from hours away and everything I do is to make you proud. You've made me into a confident individual who would be lost without you. Thank you for giving me my independence but still being willing to push me when I needed it. Thank you for letting me figure things out for myself and not saying "I told you so" when I called saying you were right, including my change in major. Last but not least, thank you for listening to me rant about school, stress, relationships and everything else I could possibly think of.

Thank you to my sister, who has been there for me even when we weren't getting along. Despite you being my little sister, I don't know who I would talk to about some things. You've been my best friend since we were little and I'm excited to see where you go in life. Thank you for putting me in my place when I need it, and for calling me to calm me down when things got tough. Thank you for pushing me to be a better person because I want to be your role model. Finally, thank you for not letting physical distance separate our bond and always being there for me.

Thank you to my boyfriend, who has lifted my spirits when I'm down. You've always been able to turn a bad day into a good one with just one text or call telling me that I'm an inspiration. Thank you for boosting my confidence when I needed it most, for reassuring me that everything is going to work out when I'm stressed, and for supporting every decision I've made while at school. Thank you for not letting the distance come between us and for making the trek plenty of times to visit. Thank you for being my rock when I need it and for telling me how it is, even if I don't like it. Thank you for letting me go on and on about the same problem that I've had for weeks, even if I've told you the same thing five different times.

You all get me through everything and I haven't thanked you enough. In fact, I can't thank you enough. We all get busy but forgetting to say thank you has lasted long enough. Thank you for being my support system and my inspirations. Thank you for being my reasons why. I love you all.

Having my support system gets me through the day, or the week or even the year. They keep me going and they're an important part of my life. Everyone needs that, I just got lucky with mine.

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