I was told to sign off on my patients & go home & not return tomorrow (today) & call HR on Monday. Here's a little on what lead to this. One of my pts was a Q15 while she waited for a bed at a rehab. She overdosed at home which brought her to the hosp for the 4th time. She was agitated from go & was having tantrums throughout the day. Whatever. Her husband comes in mid afternoon with a black heavy duty landscape bag & a shoulder tote full of personal belongings. Due to the fact that she's a q15 on a Med-Surg floor I told him she cannot have it bring it home. She pitches yet another fit & states she's keeping it, which she does, & her husband leaves. She starts squirreling stuff away throughout her side of the room. I'm watching all this as I'm calling for my supervisor. Long story short, supervisor says she can keep all her belongings, just not in her room. The kicker is, I have to check in all these belongings that I said she couldn't have...make-up, perfume, jewelry, toiletries, & a weeks worth of a high-maintenance wardrobe. I flat out refused. A little back ground on this supervisor...he had/has a habit or bullying. He was managing a unit that basically stood up & had him resign. Yes he's that bad. So in the place I work, that entitles a promotion. Whatever. I, like most, have had issues with him in the past as well but haven't written him up...just verbally vented to co-workers. I don't feel I was wrong in trying to maintain a safe & secure environment. There is no room to store her possessions & when you're in a hospital you wear a gown & scrub bottoms when appropriate. He reinforced to her that I don't matter & she can do what she wants. (btw he did that to another pt that told me to suck his ____ while calling me the 'C' word & told me he'd see me in the streets....super did nothing again of course....well no, he reinforced it was ok by not taking action, so yes, he did do something) I have a call out to a union rep regarding the matter but I would like some feedback from you guys too.