SpEd Corner: 5 Secrets to Maintaining a Positive Outlook in Special Ed
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These tips were developed for back to school, but really they are appropriate at any time of year. Maintaining a positive outlook is a key element in preventing burnout, holding off stress, and just overall making your life good throughout the year.
Let’s face it, as I’ve said before, three-quarters of happiness and stress management is in our heads. It’s about keeping yourself in a positive outlook and focused on a bigger purpose.
But how? Well, that’s a whole other question. It’s so easy to say…not so easy to do. So, this year, I developed tips of things you can do to keep you on the positive side of the mountains we climb.
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