So like many I turned to my doctor, but primarily the internet. When we are experiencing a symptom, uncertainty, or even a pondering pinterest seems to have all the answers.
We have predetermined expectations for every walk of life. Now these are not well educated opinions but rather a montage of what we have seen in movies mashed up with our hopes and dreams.
When we are prepared, we can handle whatever is thrown our way. If we are naïve and expect to be filled with all the blessings and joy forever more, we will be extremely disappointed and unprepared for any challenges.
So. You are ready to leave education. What’s next? Many educators are turning a new leaf as the covid pandemic adds additional stress and strain on teachers and learners. Just like an addiction the first step is stating that you have a problem. Many teachers have identified the troubles with this career but have acceptedContinue reading “Half Way There”
We are all entitled to our emotions and healthy coping strategies. If no one else has ever told you that, or you are used to hearing how you need to do more “Self care” then read up about how the corporate world expect “hobbies” to cure our metal and physical abuse.
While I support hard work and try to instill that practice in my students daily, there is a time where hard work becomes a problem.
We have substituted the lifetime commitment of procreating for the joys of a pupster that will love us as we binge Netflix, and be excited to see us when we have left them at home to go out with friends.
Just because the world has granted us more time, that does not mean your mental capacity expanded.
Now as I ponder my life – like many of us- we can’t comprehend how the world keeps getting worse and worse every time we turn on the news. Well what if the world is equally as insane as it was 20 years ago, we are just more aware of the impact?
We tolerate and endure until we can’t anymore. What would your life look like if you made a change after the first or second red flag?