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Old 08-06-2019, 04:13 PM
 
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I start back to work in a few weeks. We had training this week and of course, I got to see all the people I care about, but I also had to see one person that makes me cringe. There is one in particular. This teacher struts around like she owns the world! She is a narcissist. She brags constantly, name drops, flips her hair, knows all, and is apparently the only good teacher in the world. She makes evaluative comments about all the other grade levels and specialists. Pretty much everyone can't stand her, but no one stands up to her. She is mean and brags about how no one should cross her. She is one of those people that you just can't ever win with. My stomach did a flip today when I saw her. I can't stand to even be in the same room as her. I need strength for the coming year. I will be my grade level lead and she for some reason is in every leadership meeting even when she is not the lead.


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Old 08-06-2019, 05:13 PM
 
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She sounds absolutely toxic. You probably already do this but I would make extra efforts to be far away from her whenever possible. You can take comfort that you are not alone in your feelings and I hope someone will stand up to her when necessary.
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