I am just completely and utterly emotionally exhausted. I am an NQT in a year 5 class. I work in a really deprived area, and there all sorts of well-being issues in my class. One in particular is in foster care, and he is a huge amount of work. He's lovely, and we have developed a good bond, but understandably because of his background, he has a lot of behavioural issues. Things have become more difficult for him at home recently, and his behaviour is becoming increasingly unpredictable. I've lost count of the amount of times I've been told he's said he wants to die, that he hates home, hates school etc. I should stress that SLT are very supportive, and he has a very good relationship with one particular member of SLT, who I'm practically having daily meetings with in order for us to offer him the best support we can. We have an excellent well-being team, and everyone is doing everything they can. However, with all the other issues the children in my class face, I am coming home at the end of every day absolutely drained. I can barely face marking books or planning, and most of the time I don't even have the energy to cry and let it all out. I have my own personal issues, including an anxiety disorder and a history of depression, which I don't think is helping matters for myself. Any kind of advice or words of wisdom would be greatly appreciated, before it all gets too much for me.