Dear Exchange Community,
The early childhood field has been hit hard these past months. We at Exchange have seen your courage and resilience, and we also know that some days are just extremely hard.
As another Monday begins, we recognize that we will all face still more challenges and still more changes. If you’re sometimes discouraged, you’re not alone.
We want to offer some ideas that we hope might help. These come from colleagues throughout the Exchange community:
We send our admiration, love and heartfelt support to each one of you,
Nancy Rosenow, Exchange Publisher, and the entire Exchange Team
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I wanted to take a moment and say Thank You for this article. I connected with it and it gives me Hope.I struggle each day leading 21teachers at my center to remember we are here for the children and for the most part we are good. But it only takes one to derail me, Your article reminds me it is OK, I m OK. I have the hope to inspire, create and plan for the future for our children. Thank you for being the support I need.
All your efforts are truly appreciated.
Thank you. I really needed this message today. We are making decisions and a reminder of joy, pride, love, and caring is an important focus.
I was thinking that maybe you could call on the retired ECE professionals to offer their services to mentor those who are working under challenging conditions.
Just a thought.