If you are looking for a simple “cheat sheet” on 7 simple strategies for stress management, here is a treat for you.
For 7 simple strategies for stress management, download this “cheat sheet” as a companion to the book, Stressed, Stretched, and Just Plain Overwhelmed, click here or on the photo of the woman below. You will be asked for your email.
Note: If you are a teacher who has found your way to this page because you are suffering from job burnout, take note of the level of stress you may be feeling related to work. Many teachers are suffering from extreme feelings of overwhelm, stress, and burnout caused by unreasonable expectations and arbitrary policies that are not only not in the best interest of your students but are detrimental to your being able to do the job you were hired to do–or at least the job you thought you were hired to do–which is to teach.
If you have been teaching long enough to be experiencing symptoms of job burnout which is a specific type of stress, you may be ready to explore career alternatives. At the end of the day, you may decide to stay, but that decision should be made with intention and not be the result of thinking you have no other choice professionally.