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What Are the Stresses of Being a SEN Teacher?

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Special education needs teachers suffer from depersonalization, emotional exhaustion, mental conflict, pity syndrome, inability to empathize, impatience among other due to dealing with children lacking the necessary mental or physical strength to be normal.
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