We hope to let others know that labels are necessary for organizing our world but the labels we place on others can fool us. We may think a label for a disability defines a person and find out they are nothing like what you thought. They describe the contents of a bottle, tell us where to store things, how to use things, warn us about harm, and so much more. This series of three episodes focuses on the labels that many people place on themselves and others, commonly called stereotypes. How do you label or stereotype yourself? You are invited to share your story or listen as other Listeners share theirs by calling 1-646-727-3758 every Saturday morning 10-11am (AZ time)or visit us at http://blogtalkradio.com/student2teacher . You can even hear previous episodes. Be sure to share our shows with your friends, students, and clients to minimize burnout and dropout from work and school/college.