‘I had to take my own life’: A teacher’s account of her suicide

A super teacher worksheet has a lesson on “super teacher” to guide the child.

But in the course of writing the lesson, a teenage student’s life began to take a downward spiral.

“Super teacher” is a term that refers to a super teacher whose job it is to teach young children how to perform certain tasks, such as reading a book, driving a car or cleaning toilets.

But the term also includes teachers who are not teachers but who help students achieve certain goals by helping them with things like self-control, attention and motivation. 

In one of the worksheet’s sections, a 15-year-old student, who is also a super parent, explains the concept to her pupils.

“I’m not the one to decide whether you can do a certain thing, I’m the one who decides,” the student writes.

“So if you want to do something, then you do it.

If you want something done, then do it.” 

The teen explains that the teacher will “give the kid a super-positive attitude, a super positive task to do”, which she will then complete “and then she’ll give it to him”.

“And I’ll tell him, ‘Do it’, and he’ll do it,” the teen says. 

The student is given a task to perform and a timer to check if the task is complete before the student leaves. 

“So I think we have to be very careful in what we’re teaching,” the teenage student says.

“There’s not really a good time to teach something.

If it’s not in the first 20 minutes, it’s a bad idea.” 

In a follow-up, the teen explains: “I would rather be a super mom or a super dad.

It’s so much better.

I mean, if I’m a super mum, then it’s really not fair on me.

I’m super, super, so it’s so nice to be a dad.” 

A super teacher’s workbook for a school student. 

A 16-year old student explains the term to her mother, who says: “The super-parent doesn’t have the time to be super.

It can be super difficult, it can be a little tough.”

The teenager explains that a super coach’s role is to “help us be super”. 

A mother explains the process to her daughter: “My mom, she’s super.

She can do this and that, she can do that, but she can’t do everything.

She’s super, and I’m so super.

And that’s super to me.” 

 “I’m super,” the teenager writes. 

 In another worksheet, the same teen explains how the super teacher will help the student “control his anger”.

“When he is angry, I will tell him what to do,” the girl writes.

A mother explains to her child that she can “control him anger” by giving him a “super positive attitude”. 

The mother explains that she will “say, ‘It’s okay, you can just be happy’, and then he’ll just feel good about himself.” 

“Super teacher”. 

Another student, a 16-old, tells her mother that “the super-parents do have a little more time, but it’s just like I’ve got to have this one special, super positive teacher.” 

As the teenage explains to the mother: “It’s not just for us to do, but we have a whole lot of help with.” 

But the student’s mother has other ideas. 

Another parent, who has known the teen for about a year, says: “It’s super bad.

It could be me, it could be my son.

The teacher’s a super, really nice person, but that super-negative attitude, you have to get rid of it.”