Does anyone have advice for managing the behavior of students who can't handle hearing the word no? I've been having difficulty with the behavior + attitude of a student who struggles with hearing the word "no." Her mother works as a para at our school and I have heard that other teachers also struggled with this student's attitude. Today, the student: -ran to the tissue box during instruction--asked her what she was doing, and she yells back "I'm getting a tissue!" -went to get a tissue multiple times (after I told her to take a few to her seat) -Continued to ask me to go to her locker and go to the other room to get a fidget -Had a bathroom "emergency" three days in a row -Was very rude when I was helping her with work This girl is a bit quirky and does not have friends. I've just been telling the girl "no" but I asked her mom to meet tomorrow morning. How would you address this?