Hi all! I need advice. I teach first grade at a very demanding, challenging school. I was out the first part of the year on maternity leave and just came back at the end of November. The students are incredibly challenging. I have to call for behavior support multiple times a day. I have students that scream, yell, leave the classroom, punch objects and people, start physical fights, throw chairs, flip over desks, outright defy me and classroom expectations, swear, inappropriately touch others, the list goes on and on. I'm at my wits end and the thought of going back tomorrow makes me sick with anxiety. I want to quit so badly. I just can't handle the severe behavioral issues on top of coming home to a newborn who wakes multiple times a night. It's exhausting and the stress is overwhelming. I keep debating whether to quit and give my two weeks now so that I would not have to return after winter break or forcing myself to suffer through another six months until the end of the year. My biggest concern is loss of income and insurance on top of the guilt of leaving mid school year. What would you do in ny shoes?