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I hope this email finds you well. I am writing this email to express my deepest gratitude to you and Dr. Barry Rothman. Over the course of the last five months, I have been working closely with Dr. Rothman on my graduate nursing application for Nurse Practitioner school. Dr. Rothman provided a safe, non-judgmental space for me to vocalize my feelings and experiences. His feedback throughout this process was thoughtful, and often pushed me to be a better writer.
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In fact, I was hesitant to apply to Duke University, after some encouragement from Dr. Rothman I applied and was accepted. I am truly grateful for all of your help, and you are nothing short of amazing. Thanks for believing in me at times more than I believed in myself.