You want to be the center of attention. How do you do that and have your students learn? Do you meltdown when you don't get your way? What do you do when a child doesn't follow your directions? What happens when, and you will, have a disagreeable parent? Have a violent outburst? Can you view a parent as an equal? If you don't are you going to lash out at them? As a teacher you do have to work with parents. It's part of our job, not to the extent that you work with kids but parents are a very important part of the education process. What are your plans for when you have a disagreement with admin or a co-worker or you think that you are better then them? You say that nothing we say will change your mind about teaching. In your program, have you had the opportunity to work in the classroom yet? If so, how have you handled the criticisms (your strengths & weaknesses in the classroom? that your cooperating teacher &/or adviser have given you? You need to find a way to get your concerns under control.