Someone is constantly sending deauth packets to me.... =(
If you use WPA(2)-EAP (extensible authentication protocol, sometimes called "enterprise") instead of WPA(2)-PSK (pre-shared key, sometimes called "personal"), you can make sure that your wireless is not snooped and that deauth packets will not open avenues of attack. EAP-TLS allows the client to authenticate the AP and vice versa, and each client can have its own secret key.
It's called Management Frame Protection, or MFP. Defined in ieee 802.11w, 2009. Not everything supports it yet, and Cisco has their own version.