Okay, so I've read a lot of posts on here about people in bad schools with little support and so on. That is not my case. I work in a very good school with a ton of support. Administration is wonderful and I LOVE my team but I just don't think teaching is for me. Working with the kids was the part I enjoyed and it's such a small fraction of what we do. I don't even enjoy that fraction now. I feel like I'm walking on eggshells around the kids to keep their parents from exploding. I feel like I'm constantly looking over my shoulder to make sure there's nobody there watching for me to do something wrong. I just don't feel good. I'm not looking forward to going to school in the morning and I'm not looking forward to seeing my students. Now once I see them I'm pretty happy! I feel like I'm constantly racing the clock....only to find myself losing the race. I leave school anxious about what else I could have done today. I reach my limits as far as work goes but it's never enough.....it's not enough for administration, it's not enough for the kids, it's not enough for the parents but all I can seem to say is ENOUGH! Opinions please....do I need to just step back and realize teaching is not for me or is it (as my peers say) just that time of year. I'm incredibly discouraged!