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Sep 25, 2022

We’ve all had hurtful or upsetting incidents with colleagues, parents, and students that we can’t seem to move past.

  • How do you change your thinking in order to move on?
  • How do you stop carrying around the weight of what happened

Folks in our Truth for Teachers Podcast Community were invited to submit their situations anonymously, and tell me about the stuff that they just can’t move past.

We’re tackling unfair accusations, stressful interactions with students, and attacks on the teaching profession.

I’m sharing some thought work practice that can help you get over negative situations so you no longer feel as anxious or upset about them.

If you’re just not over it and can’t let it go … here’s a collection of mental reframing approaches to try.

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