Thank You for Tolerating My Craziness Text Messages

Here are different ways you can express your gratitude in wors to your loved one for putting up with your craziness. 

  1. I want to say thank you for tolerating my craziness. I really do love you, and I am so glad that we are together. You are the best thing that has ever happened to me, and I just wanted to let you know that I am grateful for all the wonderful things you have done for me. Thank you for always being there when I need you, even when I don’t deserve it. You are a wonderful person, and I look forward to spending the rest of my life with you!
  2. I want to thank you for tolerating my craziness. You’ve been with me through thick and thin, the good, the bad, and even the ugly. I can’t begin to express how grateful I am to have you in my life.
  3. You’re there when I need a shoulder to cry on or just someone to listen to me vent about how crazy my life is getting. You get that I’m not always going to be happy or content, but you don’t run away when things get rough. Sometimes we fight and argue over silly things, but most of the time we are on the same page and can communicate without putting each other down. You know what’s important in our relationship and never take it for granted.
  4. You put up with me when I have no energy because my kids have been sick or when I’m running late because I’m trying to squeeze in a workout before work or just because sometimes I need space from everyone else but still want them close by (usually during nap time). You’ve been there through thick and thin — good and bad days — and have made every day better than it would have been without your presence in my life. Thank you for tolerating my craziness.
  5. I don’t know if you’ve noticed, but I’m kind of crazy. I’m not just a little bit crazy like everybody else. I’m, truly, madly deeply (and sometimes hysterically) insane. You’d think that would be a turn-off or something, but you didn’t run away screaming when I told you about it. You stayed and listened and even laughed at some parts. That means a lot to me.
  6. I’m sorry for making you feel like you weren’t good enough. I’m sorry for all the times I made a scene, just to get your attention. I’m sorry for yelling at you and making you feel like crap. I’m sorry for not being able to find a way to communicate with you without fighting with each other over something stupid or small. Thank you for tolerating my craziness and not giving up on me. 
  7. I’m sorry for not being able to tell you when something was bothering me because I didn’t want to start a fight, but more than anything else, I wanted things to be good between us so I kept it all inside until it became too much pressure that caused an explosion of anger which only led to more arguments and hurt feelings, then silence…or worse yet, another argument over something else entirely different than what was bothering me in the first place!
  8. I know it’s not easy. I know you don’t like when I forget to pay bills, when my car breaks down, or when our house is a mess. But I also know that you love me despite all of this. And I love you too.
  9. I want to thank you for being there for me during my bad days and good days too. When something goes wrong at work, or when I lose someone close to me, or when I just need extra help around the house — whatever it happens to be — you’re always there for me. And I’m grateful for that support and love.
  10. I want to thank you for giving me advice when I need it; helping me figure out how to fix things in my life; making sure things get done on time, and keeping me from doing things that will make me look foolish in front of others (or worse).
  11. I want to thank you for laughing at my jokes (even if they’re stupid); letting me borrow money despite knowing full well that I’ll never pay back half of what I owe; letting me borrow your car even though it’s old enough. Thank you for tolerating my craziness.
  12. I know my days are always busy and that sometimes I take up too much of your time. I have a tendency to overthink things and expect nothing but perfection from myself and others. I’m sorry for getting upset when things don’t go as planned.
  13. And I’m sorry for not being able to see the bigger picture sometimes — especially regarding relationships and friendships. Thank you for working with me on this, even though it’s hard sometimes. It means the world to me that you’re willing to stick around when things get tough. I want to thank you for tolerating my craziness.
  14. Thank you for being there and supporting me during this journey. I appreciate your help and support when I need it most. You are the best!
  15. Dear Tolerator, I have to thank you. I know it’s not easy to live with me; I’m a little crazy. My craziness comes in many forms: I have a hoarding problem and get emotional when I don’t get my way. I’m also very needy, clingy, and insecure.
  16. I know that sometimes you wish we could just go out on the town and enjoy our time together without spending every waking moment together. But that’s not who I am; we’re in this for life and for better or worse!
  17. I have a very hard time with my mental health. It’s something that I’ve been struggling with for years, and something that I know will be a lifelong struggle. And it’s hard to explain to people. I know there are people out there who don’t understand what it’s like to have depression or anxiety or any of the other things that make up my crazy headspace. Still, I also know that they’re willing to listen when I’m ready to talk about it, even if they can’t fully understand it themselves. And that is why I love you all so much! It’s easy to think that no one would want to be around me when things are bad, but you do. You love me enough to stand by me through all of this craziness, even when things get bad enough that I don’t want anyone near me because I’m afraid they’ll get hurt by my mood swings or just because they don’t want their own lives affected by mine.
  18. I know that I can be a little bit much sometimes, with the way I talk and how fast I talk and the volume of words that come out of my mouth when we’re together. And it’s not always easy for those around me to keep up with me. But you do, and it means the world to me.
  19. Thank you for being patient with me when I’m in a rush and can’t slow down enough actually to hear what you’re saying. Thank you for letting me vent when I’m stressed out, even if it’s taking up most of our time together. Thank you for listening when I’m upset about something and giving me advice when I ask for it (even when I don’t).
  20. Thank you for being there when things get tough, even though it’s hard for us. Thank you for supporting me when things are rough at work or school or home — whatever happens, whatever the situation calls for.
  21.  Thank you for making time in your life so that we can be together as often as possible — whether that means meeting up on a weekday afternoon or going away on vacation together once or twice a year or just hanging out every day after work until one of us has
  22. Thank you for tolerating my craziness. I’m sorry that I’ve been so busy lately. You must have been wondering where I’ve been. It’s not like me to be so absent, but I have had a lot going on.
  23. I want to thank you for tolerating my craziness. I know it’s hard. I know I’m not always easy. But when I hear from you and see how much you love me, it makes it all worthwhile.
  24. You’ve been there for me through thick and thin, and I can’t thank you enough for that. I’m sorry for being the crazy roommate that you have to deal with. I know how annoying it is to hear me going on and on about my problems, but I hope you understand that this is just how I cope.
  25. I know that you don’t like it when I go through your things, but sometimes I just need something to do while we’re hanging out or sitting around the house. When you’re not around, I’ll be reading or watching TV, and when you are around, I’ll read or watch TV while talking to you.
  26. I also know you get annoyed when I leave my stuff everywhere, but my messiness isn’t intentional — it’s just a symptom of my anxiety disorder and ADHD. If you could just try to look past the clutter and not judge me for it, it would really help me out! Lastly, thank you for being so understanding when I snap at you or get mad without any obvious reason. It’s hard for me to control my emotions due to my bipolar disorder, but I promise these episodes won’t happen very often.
  27. Thank you for tolerating my craziness. I am a little obsessive and maybe a little crazy. I’m sorry that I get upset if things don’t go the way I planned them to go.
  28. I’m sorry I can’t handle stress very well and tend to overreact when things aren’t going as smoothly as I’d like them to.
  29. I’m sorry that sometimes I have a hard time letting go of things from my past that still affect me today.
  30. I’m sorry that sometimes, even though it may not seem like it, I do care about what happens to you, but sometimes it’s hard for me to show it because of how much it affects me personally when something happens between us or something involving our relationship doesn’t turn out exactly how I had hoped it would turn out because of my own insecurities or fears about what may happen in the future if we continue on this path together.
  31. I’m sorry that sometimes I get so caught up in worrying about what might happen in the future that I forget to enjoy our present together and appreciate all that we have together now, regardless of whether or not anything bad happens between us in the future or not!
  32. I know you’re probably wondering why I’m writing this, but it’s been a while since we’ve spoken and I feel like you deserve an explanation. You see, there are people in this world who don’t like me for who I am. They want to change me into someone else so that they can feel better about themselves or so that they can be more comfortable around me. I don’t blame them for wanting these things; I just wish that they would realize that it’s not going to happen and give up already.
  33. I’m not going to stop being myself because other people don’t like it. If anything, my identity is even stronger now than it was before all of this happened because I’ve had to fight for my right to exist as a human being on this planet. It’s not easy being different from everyone else, but at least now I know what it feels like when people look at me differently because of something as simple as the color of my skin or the way that I dress or speak. It’s not fair, but there’s nothing we can do about it until people decide that they want to change too instead of trying to change others around them in order
  34. I know that I am very demanding, and that I don’t always make it easy for you to be my friend. I am so grateful to have you in my life. You are one of the most important people in the world to me. You may have noticed that I have been a bit crazy lately. It’s because I’m getting married! I wanted to tell you before I got too busy with wedding things and forgot about you!
  35. I just wanted to drop you a quick e-mail to say thank you for tolerating my craziness. I know I’ve been a little bit of a mess this week and a half and that I’ve been all over the place with my emotions. You have been incredibly patient with me and I appreciate it more than words can say.
  36. I’m sorry for the times when I’ve taken out my frustrations on you, but also for being so needy at times. It’s not easy being so dependent on someone, especially when you’re as independent as I am.
  37. You’ve helped me out so much these past few weeks and I don’t know how I would have survived without your support. So thank you again, from the bottom of my heart, for everything that you have done for me. I love you.
  38. I’m sorry that I can be difficult, that I get overwhelmed, that I have mood swings, that I’m not always easy to live with.
  39. I’m sorry that I have trouble expressing my feelings in words. I’m sorry that sometimes I don’t seem to care about things as much as you think I should.
  40. I’m sorry if you ever feel like you’re competing with other people who are more important to me than you are.
  41. I’m sorry if I ever make you feel like your feelings aren’t important or serious enough for me to listen to or care about them.
  42. I’m sorry if I ever make you feel like the things we do together aren’t important or serious enough for me to put effort into doing them well for us both.
  43. I’m sorry if I ever make you feel like what you want from me isn’t more important than what I want from you, especially when it comes to our relationship and our future together as a couple (or friends).
  44. I want to thank you for tolerating my craziness. I know that I can be a handful sometimes, but I think that you can see past all of my flaws and love me anyway.
  45. I am grateful for your support and understanding during those times when I am having a bad day or week, or even a bad year!
  46. You have always been there for me whenever I needed someone to talk to, and even though sometimes I didn’t want to talk, you still listened patiently and gave me advice when I needed it.
  47. The way that you handle conflict is something that I admire about you as well. You are always so calm and reasonable, which helps me stay calm as well too.
  48. Thank you for showing me what real love looks like by being patient with me and helping me grow into the person that I am today! I want to thank you for tolerating my craziness.
  49. I’m sure it’s not always easy being around someone as emotional, passionate, intense and quirky as me. Thank you for supporting me when I need it and letting me be myself when I don’t.
  50. I love that you’re my best friend and partner in crime. To have someone who understands me is a blessing beyond measure.
  51. I know I can be a handful at times, but I hope you know how much I appreciate you being there for me through the good times and bad.
  52. I haven’t been able to sleep, and I’ve been working too much. I’ve been stressed out and anxious and stressed out about being anxious.
  53. It’s not your fault, but I’m letting you know anyway because you’re the only one who knows how much I need you to understand this. You’re the only one who will listen when I tell you that I need help but don’t know where to get it or how to ask. You are my sounding board, my sounding board when no one else is around for me to use as such.
  54. I know that sometimes it must be hard for you to be around someone who seems so out of control all the time, but thank you for being there for me anyway.
  55. Dear Future Husband, I’m writing this letter to thank you for being so patient with me. I know I’m not the easiest person to deal with sometimes. I know that the way I am can be difficult for you. But I also want you to know how much it means to me that you’re willing to put up with me when I’m being difficult. And how grateful I am for your patience and understanding.
  56. I want you to know that even though it may seem like there are times when I don’t appreciate all of the hard work that goes into loving me, there are other times when I do realize how lucky we both are to be together. And those moments make all of your sacrifices worth it.
  57. Dear Friends, I’m writing to you from my new home in Los Angeles. I was recently promoted from the position of editor-in-chief at our publication to head up the entire New York office for a few months. It’s been an exciting time for me, but there are also many challenges.
  58. I know it’s not your fault that I’m a wacky person, but let me just say thank you for putting up with my weirdness. You put up with my mood swings, my constant need to talk about something, and my inability to sit still at times. You’ve had to deal with me when I’m sad or angry or even when I’m just being silly. You’ve been there for me during the good times, too.
  59. Thank you for being patient with me when I tell you “I love you” every five minutes or when I give you kisses in the middle of the night because I can’t sleep without them anymore.
  60. Thank you for letting me take forever to order at restaurants because I can’t decide what I want (and have no room left over on our plates).
  61. Thank you for going shopping with me even though it takes forever because we’re always stopping at every store in sight just so I can look around (and then spending more money on things we don’t need).
  62. Thank you for taking care of me when I get sick and getting out of work early if needed (even though it
  63. I know I can be a handful and I’m sorry for that. I know I’m not always easy to deal with, but you do it anyway. You put up with me when I’m grumpy or sick or when I need some extra attention and care. You’re always there to listen when I have a problem or just need someone to talk to.
  64. You never judge me or try to give advice when all I want is a hug or a laugh, even if it’s just over the phone and not in person. Thank you for being my best friend through thick and thin and always being there for me no matter what happens in our lives!
  65. I know that sometimes it’s hard to deal with me. I’m not always the easiest person to be around and can be a bit demanding. But you’ve stuck by me through some pretty tough times, and I couldn’t have gotten through them without you.
  66. I just wanted to let you know how much it means to me that you’re still here by my side even though sometimes I don’t make it easy for you.
  67. Thank you for always being there when I need someone to talk to or someone who will listen when others wouldn’t hear me out. Thank you for all the times you’ve dropped everything to come over and help me out of a bind because I forgot about something important or needed help getting ready for an event or meeting. And thank you for all the times you’ve been willing to go along with whatever crazy idea I had just because it made me happy (even if it didn’t seem like such a good idea at the time).
  68. You are the one that puts up with all of my craziness. You are the one who tolerates my late night work sessions, and my endless hours spent on Facebook or Twitter. You are the one who understands why I need to take care of myself when I am feeling tired or stressed out.
  69. You are the one who understands why it’s necessary for me to spend time with family even though it means less time with you…and yet still allows me to do so without making me feel guilty about it. You are the one who believes in me even when others don’t…or worse yet…try to discourage me from pursuing something that matters deeply to me because they think it won’t make any money!
  70. You don’t mind if I spend too much time at the gym because it makes me happy…and even better yet…you encourage me by joining me on occasion Thank you for putting up with all of my craziness! It means more than

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