In this episode, The Grieving Teacher, Carrie talks about how you can get through loss and grief when you are a teacher - because being a teacher adds an extra layer of difficulty when you are going through grief. Going back to the classroom after you have a loss is difficult for many reasons but the fact that you have to head back to one of the most highly stressful jobs and then face, every single day, a room full of children….it can be challenging.
Carrie has lived through the loss of both of her brothers while being an educator. She shares real-world advice on how to live through grief as a teacher.
Even if you have not experienced a loss yourself, this is a great episode to listen to in order to help a fellow teacher or colleague.
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