Okay, so some of you kind of have an idea of what I go through with my difficult child. She reads meaning into things that aren't there and then blows up. She had the suicidal thoughts/rages reaction to both Celexa and Risperdal, and some kind of foot pain thing going on with them, too. Last night the foot pain started again and today she had a blow-up at school. She's on Zyprexa right now, 2.5mg twice a day. She's been on it about two weeks now. I don't know if she develops a tolerance or intolerance to this stuff very fast, if she's been getting wrong diagnosis's from everyone and therefore wrong medications, or if she needs to go up on this medication. We see psychiatrist tomorrow, and I'll be asking for a referral to a neuropsychologist for evaluation, school is working on getting her an IEP in place (it's gone to the district and looks like they will test for emotional disability issues), but I don't know what else I can do to help her. Today it was "So and so said something about my science work and that means they think I'm stupid and I just want to die/kill myself." She managed to calm herself after about 42 minutes (not bad considering how long some of her rages can go) and was reasonable when I picked her up from school (early again). I'm also thinking I might want psychiatrist to look into epilepsy like someone mentioned and maybe other possible physical causes. Any suggestions/advice/experience?