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Resources for Teachers Needing Help
Don't let them get you for being honest and caring about children!
Take a look at the following sites for assistance. Do it NOW
- too many other fine teachers have suffered - don't wait until
your health has been destroyed!
- Bully Busters - The Campaign Against Workplace
Bullying is an INCREDIBLE organization that is at the forefront
of a national (international) movement to demand that harassment
in the workplace MUST be stopped - NOW! Drs. Gary and Ruth Namie,
CAWB founders, should be considered national treasures for the
integrity, honesty, and concern for others they have displayed
in exposing the enormous epidemic of life long harm now being
done to fine people in all walks of life - simply because they
too are trying to work with integrity!
- The Learning Disabilities
Association of California - This is an excellent resource for
those who are genuinely concerned with assisting those with
- The Samaritans - Depressed? Stressed to
the limit? Think you may need help? Want a confidential source
share your feelings with NOW? Check out the Samaritans web
- WeTip - Do you have information about corruption
in YOUR school or district? If so, TURN YOUR CRIMINALS IN -
ANONYMOUSLY on the WeTip Web Site. Go get 'em!
Illnesses Related to Severe Harassment in the Work Place
- Post Traumatic Stress Disorder - This is a SEVERE,
LONG-TERM illness which appears to be a rather common, unspoken
epidemic, among many teachers. This illness may be brought on
by persistent, ongoing, harassment in the workplace as well as
the conditions within the classroom that are ignored by those
(administrators and unions) that SHOULD be helping teachers but
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