I am currently between student teaching semesters, and have been substituting in a different schools every day. I'm not even a teacher, with full responsibilities, but it SO stressful. I am the calmest person imaginable in the classroom all day, and then when I come home, I just fall apart. Crying, exhausted, crabby. Some days are obviously worse than others, but some days my head is just spinning and I can't imagine how in the world teachers do this every single day, AND write lessons, and everything else, AFTER teaching all day, and do not literally have a heart attack or something from the stress of it all. I seriously do not know if I can actually deal with this. Do you get used to it? Can you recommend some really great coping skills or something? Should I just get out now??