Early childhood educators have always been superheroes, tasked with the single most important role, aside from parents, in a child’s early development and education: introducing the rules of the road for life. Your work is one of the most rewarding in education, one that you cherish most days, but one that also brings great stress. There is a lot of pressure squarely on your shoulders. The impact that stress and anxiety have on you takes a toll, not only on your mental health and well-being but also on your ability to teach—and your students’ ability to learn.

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