I have fought my VR counselor ever since he became my VR counselor. He has requested documents that no other counselor has requested, he has made incorrect statements regarding whether or not he will accept the university's recommendation for a lighter courseload, he has tried to shut down my continuing education, and now he is messing with my money. I did gain some ground though on the continuing education because when I first started VR I told them I want to go to law school. Well, the VR counselor at the time told me that I should probably go with a lighter load, so I did. I did make her document somewhere though that I want to go to law school. I told my second counselor the same thing and told her I may continue on with psychology. Well, it gets to this guy who thinks he is all of that and a bag of *insert your favorite chip here* *LOL* and I talked to him briefly once before regarding continuing on and he said that they would have to see, but he sounded doubtful. So, when I was talking to him seriously about it I asked him if the department was going to pay for me to continue on with a higher degree or if I am going to have to get representation to fight for it. He didn't answer me directly and we hung up. We started discussing it off and on and he opened up the door for me to ask about law school again when he said that they cannot tell me what to do. I took the window of opportunity. The latest is I need to pick between law school and psychology and let him know by Friday. Now, a new battle has popped its ugly head up and that is him not giving me funding for my textbooks when they pay other people's rent. He wants me to go out and purchase the 5 or 600 dollars sometimes maybe even $800 worth of textbooks each semester and then they will reimburse me for supplies and textbooks. Um, no! This has never been done this way before so I want answers as to why it is this way now other than the fact I pushed them on one battle so now they are trying to come at me from a different angle. I told them I fight enough battles on my own without having to fight the very system that is there to help me by providing the funding I need to go to school. I am hoping that I can get someone a lot better to handle this or at least make him better through prayer. For some reason though I thought when given the opportunity to go to law school I would jump on it and run, but really and truthful I am having a hard time choosing. I am actually leaning more toward mental health counselor which is completely different from what I was looking at from the get go because if I stayed with counseling and didn't go for the law school then I wanted to do family counseling, but now the mental health counseling is appealing to me. So, now that I havea choice the turmoil has started *LOL*. Do I go for a JD or do I go for an MA in counseling.