Imposter Syndrome: Hurdles and Parasitic Tongue Snatchers

https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-m8uve-112fdaa

 Kim and Jen explore Imposter Syndrome and how it’s affecting teachers. They compare teaching to jumping over or crawling under hurdles. 
Kim tells another Grimm story about three dumb doctors, and Jen recounts a shitty day in the life of a teacher.
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