So difficult child reluctantly started school where I work last Wednesday. So far she is not having a good time of it. She has not met any friends yet, which I told her takes time, but she is missing her old friends at her old school. She does not like her classes. There is one teacher that she likes who she says has a great sense of humor, but other than that she says her classes are all boring. Her other classes at her other school were apparently more fun. She was allowed down time and was able to play cards with other students. Here at this new school she is actually made to work, which she is not used to. She absolutely hates her PE teacher. Can't say I blame her for that one. I have had many complaints from other parents who say he is too strict and has been known to sometimes not follow doctor's notes when a student is unable to participate. difficult child tells me the teacher yells at her and it stresses her out. She is making me feel guilty for moving and putting her here. easy child is having a better time at his new school. He likes it and has already made a big group of friends. He eats lunch with them every day and he seems to be doing well. I am trying to get difficult child to stay in the cafeteria and socialize more so she will meet new friends but she wants to come to my office and hang out with me instead. My lunch time overlaps her lunch, so there is about a half hour where I am gone to lunch and she wants to hang out at my desk while I'm gone. My coworker/supervisor told her to leave the other day while I was gone. I am worried having her where I work is gonna cause problems. I am hoping difficult child learns to adapt to the school quickly. I feel bad now for making her leave the other school. It took her months to get acclimated to the other school and to meet friends. She was finally starting to get used to it over there then I had to go and change everything (which she never lets me forget.) So hoping I didn't make a mistake here but now it's too late so I guess we both gotta learn to live with it and make the best of it.