I recently lost my teaching job for the third time. I have focal seizures that kids are usually able to deal with, but it's the adults that can't seem to handle them. I am even comtemplating leaving the field altogether. I'm in school full time online, but can't seem to focus on that at this time. I seldomly feel like looking at my books. I'm planning to move in a couple of weeks because it is too expensive to remain in this area, but don't have a job waiting for me in the new city. How does one shake the blues? Now what?
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