I can relate to the above post. I'm actually teaching kids who have gotten in trouble with the law, though, so I guess it should not come as a surprise to me that they have trouble with authority. I like routines, though. I was diagnosed with ASD a little while before I got this job. I need to at least feel like I know what I'm doing to operate, and when I'm not sure what to do, I invent rules that I think will work for me. What frustrates me, though, is when the kids won't follow my rules or just decide to complain about me because I'm not doing the job the way they want it done. I feel like asking, "seriously, who put you in charge?" It just adds insult to injury when they think they can file formal complaints against me excessively in a deliberate attempt to get me fired. Shouldn't there be some kind of law against this?