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JCPSForward May 15
Great activity to try with your class (or your family).
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#LoveInSchools May 15
Replying to @JenniferHCox
I help educators realize just a little bit every day goes a long way! Mindfulness/meditation/yoga just 3-5 minutes a day does wonders for the soul! We think we have to have 20/30/60 minutes... I let my s’s & colleagues catch me doing it in hallway on a bathroom break.
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JCPSForward May 15
Replying to @JenniferHCox
We thought you said the hokey pokey...
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Dr. rer. soc. Patrick Possel May 15
Organizing your thoughts and tasks. Works for me as well. And I LOOOOOVE crossing things off. But others can feel more overwhelmed by doing that.
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JCPSForward May 15
Thank you for participating in our on self-care! Our team looks forward to seeing you at the ! to and for our special guests!
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JCPSForward May 15
Q4: What information/resources would be helpful when it comes to responding to stressful situations or self-care practices?
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JCPSForward May 15
Replying to @JenniferHCox
Sleep is definitely one of the first things I really notice when I bring a lot of stress home. Waking up still tired is not the way to start the day.
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Dr. rer. soc. Patrick Possel May 15
Replying to @jcpsforward
You all mentioned already great strategies. Workout, relaxation, do something else that requires your full attention so you can't think of something work related.
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JCPSForward May 15
We can't wait to see you at - we hear great things from educators who have attended your sessions!
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EdLeadUofL May 15
A3: Relationships suffer. Personal health can suffer. My impact as a professional can suffer. Without some sort of balance we can easily lose our way. Some of us here in the chat are also full time grad students. Their issues are simply multiplied, I think.
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JCPSForward May 15
Q4: What information/resources would be helpful when it comes to responding to stressful situations or self-care practices?
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JCPSForward May 15
We hear so much about - she rocks!
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JCPSForward May 15
Replying to @mrsbuckingham16
I use a checklist to mark off and feel more accomplished, especially on days I am really overwhelmed!
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Christie Mudd May 15
A1: I think this question and reading the responses just stressed me out more. Haha
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JCPSForward May 15
Krystina and I will both be at the event this summer on July 30--->join us!
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JCPSForward May 15
Q3: What happens to your work life balance when you don’t take care of yourself?
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Ms Ballard May 15
Kennita B., 6th ELA teacher at the wonderful and I am looking forward to being able to sit down for like hours and hours, not doing anything other than r e l a x i n g😎
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JCPSForward May 15
Replying to @PatrickPossel
Hello, Dr. Possel! Thanks for joining us tonight!
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JCPSForward May 15
Q2: What do you currently do to cope with those stressful situations?
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JCPSForward May 15
Replying to @ammitchellphd
Welcome, Dr. Mitchell!
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