Well, I just wanted to share the good news that things are going very well lately. I've learned to have a lot more patience with my difficult child because I've had an aha moment where I realized it really didn't matter what his diagnosis was, but that he has needs that I wasn't meeting. So, I created a strict routine that included a meal plan and times where he'd do chores/homework/etc... He responded extremely well to the routine. With the notes provided to the therapist and all of the feedback we got from difficult child regarding how he felt...we've come to terms with the fact that it's Aspbergers that has been causing so many of his problems. We've always thought it was his moods, but his mood was affected by his displeasure with lights, sounds, textures, tastes and such. He also requires the schedule in order to feel safe. The psychiatrist hasn't officially diagnosed him yet, but the therapist and I are both pretty certain. difficult child did a questionaire and he's also positive. He feels so much better just knowing he's not alone. There is a name for how he feels. He sees the psychiatrist in January and hopefully we can proceed with more help for him (and us) from there.