School has started and Eeyore is not doing well. He has had at least one peer conflict each day and says he hates his life. I'm beyond frustrated because nearly all of these conflicts would not have happened had Eeyore followed 'the plan'. There is a severely-difficult child girl that he is under direct instruction from both me and the school that he is not to speak to, nor remain within 10 feet of her. This is not due to his behavior but due to her ability to trigger him. She is a bully and loves to cause issues and many kids are under 'orders' to walk away from her and tell a teacher if she is following them. She cornered him and started telling him that she was sick of him walking away from her and he better start talking to her. Eeyore said he couldn't follow the plan because it hurt her feelings. He does not get that her total goal is to make him feel like ****. The other issue is the disaster that Eeyore made of drill team last year. I have ordered him to stay far, far away from the team. He has class with some of the team members and I don't care if he eats lunch, etc. with members of the team but he is not allowed to go near the practices because it becomes all about the drama. Yesterday, he was not in the pick up area after school, I had to park and walk across the entire campus to get to the drill area and drag him back to the car. Somehow being screamed at by the team members that he ticked off last year doesn't sink into his brain that he is no longer welcome. Part of it is the teacher's insistance that EVERYONE is welcome. The teacher has even hinted to Eeyore that he should find other activities and not come and 'watch'. (Eeyore went completely delusional and declared himself the general of the drill team and told everyone they had to listen to him, etc. Needless to say, the ACTUAL cadet commanders were not thrilled that he was claiming the positions they had earned nor were the other students going to tolerate him yelling at them. I should have let them kick him out of the ROTC program for lying but since he went to the psychiatric hospital, we decided to treat it as a mental health issue and not an honor code issue. He is livid because he made plans to meet his girlfriend at tonight's football game and now he is not being allowed to go. He can't handle the 6 minutes between classes without having a peer conflict and he wants us to drop him off for 3+ hours of unstructured time?!?!?!? I could almost guarentee that he would have the **** beat out of him within 20 minutes. The horribly sad thing is that he has friends, he has people that like him; but he rejects that as being important and focuses so hard on trying to force a relationship with people who have made it absolutely clear that they cannot stand him. He gets upset with me because he says that I don't see how hard he is trying. I told him I do see it, but that he doesn't see how he is his own worst enemy. I used the example of one of his friends, R. R is an outstanding hockey player. I told him that I wanted to be a better hockey player than R and I was going to work at least 3 hours every day to accomplish it. Then, every day, I spent 3 hours in the driveway, working on my dribbling, jump shots, lay-ups, etc. I worked really, really hard but I wasn't becoming a better hockey player than R and I was really frustrated and upset. I still had to spell it out, how working hard was great but if he wasn't working on the right skills, he wouldn't accomplish his goals. The problem is that his goals are to have everyone like him and to win a bunch of rewards, provided that they are easy to win.