Are you struggling right now? To say this has been a tough year would be an understatement! Being a classroom teacher during this year has been really hard for a lot of my listeners and students. This hits close to home for me as I used to be a mom and teacher with depression. So, I wanted to create an episode that will help you navigate some of the things you are experiencing and feeling during a stressful time.
I wanted to give some insight into three things that I was hearing from my audience: depression, stress and overwhelm. So I want to help the best way I know how by sharing with you some of the things that helped me during the last eight years, including during some of the roughest years when I was suffering from post-partum depression as a teacher in the classroom. Please feel free to reach out if you need support or someone to talk to. I found out the hard way that asking for help is the best possible thing you can do for yourself when you're feeling overwhelmed or depressed as a teacher and human.
In this episode, you will learn:
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