Our expert says:
Teaching, like medicine, isn't an easy profession at the best of times, and working with specifically difficult and troubled kids is even more wearying. They may have specific learning dificulties, but that's not really any excuse for bad manners and lack of consideration or respect for others. That's the parents task to imbue that in them. Schools dealing with such difficult kids should always provide proper expert backup and advice, and general emotional support for their teachers. NOT all kids are disrepsectful, and they're not constantly challenging.
And if there's just one kid at a time presenting any teaching challenges, that's much easier to cope with than a whole classroom full of difficult kidfs who've had lots of opportunity to learn to be difficult. It'd probably be wise to get a job with ordinary kids, to recover your vocational spirits, before tackling only difficult ones. And maybe they're right that you're a bit young to be dealing with OLDer difficult kids - they find it harder to respect someone close to their own age, however skilled.
And meantime, I like R's point of finding just one kid who might respond to your attention and sympathy.
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