If you feel your life has been upended overnight, you’re not alone. The coronavirus crisis has changed everyone’s reality and adapting is an ongoing challenge.
Supporting someone with mental health challenges is complex. Adding a layer of drug and alcohol addiction makes it all the more complicated.
Holidays can be stressful, and if you experience “winter blues,” you may be suffereing from a medical condition triggered by lack of sunlight. Here are some symptoms of Seasonal Affective Disorder and some tips to help you feel better.
We all encounter difficult people in our lives. Whether it’s a family member, a co-worker or a supervisor, difficult people can turn a good day into a bad one if you don’t have strategies for dealing with the challenge.
Maybe it’s your first year of teaching, maybe it’s your 21st, but there are always ways to set yourself up for a great school year ahead.
As another school year ends, students and educators face transitions. And while summer may be eagerly anticipated, transitions are not easy for everyone. But there are ways to help ensure a healthy transition to summer.
There is a lot that educators can do to make the school environment more welcoming for these students — and a more inclusive environment for all students and staff.
Teaching can be stressful, and meditation and mindfulness can help alleviate the stress and bring a greater sense of calm and purpose to your life at work and at home. Research has shown that meditation can reduce burnout, improve self-confidence...
Teaching can be an extraordinary career and a calling. But it can be very stressful. If you feel as though there are not enough hours in the day and your workload extends into nights, weekends and holidays, you are heading for burnout.