Okay, so my youngest difficult child can't sit still ever. So today I tell him he needs to "get the wiggles out" and I suggest jumping jacks. OMG, I have never EVER seen this kid freak out like this before. He started screaming and he was spitting while screaming through his teeth. He hadn't even done a jumping jack at this point and this was his reaction. I was sitting across the room from him, so I stayed in my seat and he just kept at it. This was a full blown meltdown. I had my other kids stand there for a minute because I was afraid he was trying to scream loud enough for neighbors to hear and I wanted to be sure everyone knew I wasn't anywhere near him when this started. I wanted husband to see this, so I told difficult child to have a seat and wait for Daddy. I asked husband to ask him to do them and watch his reaction and he got upset, but not like he did with me. He says it hurts, but when I tell him to sit down, he is not crying or sniffling or anything. So is his reaction fake or is it real? by the way, he did do a few jumping jacks and I was amazed at how uncoordinated he is. He couldn't do them at all. They do them in PE and I know he has problems with doing anything in PE, but I didn't realize it was this bad. No one has ever told me and I've never asked my kids to do stuff like this before. I didn't have him continue, I had him sit down, but what do you make of the meltdown over them? Who would I take him to if he honestly is hurting? How do they test for something like that?