Hello, everyone. I miss you all and hope you are having a wonderful Wednesday. I'm gearing up for Thanksgiving and break, but I've been struggling a bit. Long story short, my new district is not the right fit for me. I should have never signed the contract, but I needed the job to pay my bills and support myself. As I'm trudging through this school year, my sixth year in education, I'm wondering if I should leave the teaching profession. I still have no idea what I'm doing. I got my license through Alternate Route, so I had no formal training. I had to learn everything by myself. I have thought about going back to school for a master's in English education, just to learn more content and possibly get some classroom ideas, but I don't know if it would be superfluous at this time. At the time, I thought it would be silly to go into student teaching if I've already managed my own classroom for six years. I just feel like I'm a bad teacher. I'm an overly nice person, so maybe this isn't the career for me. I just don't know what else I would do. Do you think I should go back to school before giving up on this career entirely? Any advice will be greatly appreciated. Thank you so much. Happy Thanksgiving to all.