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Educational Leadership:Resilience and Learning:EL Takeaways

7 Secrets of Resilience from Educational Leadership: Resilience and Learning: EL Takeaways

Treat yourself the way you would a small child. Feed yourself healthy food  make sure you spend time outside. Put yourself to be early. Let yourself take naps. Don't say mean things to yourself, don't put yourself in danger. (Your skull  heart are still as fragile as eggshells)

Note to self: Treat yourself the way you would treat a small child. Feed yourself healthy food & make sure you spend time outside. Put yourself to bed early. Let yourself take naps, Don't say mean things to yourself. Don't put yourself in danger.

"you’re-loved self-esteemizer” availible for download as high quality pdf:

Self-esteem Builder - Start with the problem and work your way through the affirmations, truisms and cliches till you’re feeling good about yourself again. Then, take a deep breath and relax.

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Words I would use to describe myself: Hard working, quiet, weird, likes-to-be-plan-everything, prepared. Words I would not use to describe.