We couldn't help it. We were discussing what to do when difficult child does not listen. Time out, yadda, yadda, yadda, what to do if he doesn't stay in time out, yadda, yadda, yadda. I told psychiatrist that my concern is HOW to get him into timeout, what to do when (notice, I did not say if - because it never happens) he doesn't go into his room when told. psychiatrist gets to the point were I am suppose to write down a list of chores that difficult child hates and start pulling from that list. psychiatrist gives examples of, "Scrubbing toilet, picking up doggie poop, ...." I looked over at difficult child and just lost it. He was smirking and I just started giggling. I couldn't help it. You see, unlike most "normal" people (no matter of diabilities), difficult child does not hate these two things. In fact he rather likes helping out by doing these. Everytime we made eye contact, we would both start giggling. (I told him I would find some chores he doesn't like.) I would love to see psychiatrist's report on today's session. Something to the effect, "Poor kid doesn't have a chance - Crazy mom!" Oh well, it was a good session anyway and I picked up some more tools for working with difficult child.