Carson's younger brother (6) was playing around and went to put an empty box on Carson's head. Carson was watching TV and flew into a RAGE!! He attacked his brother. Then when I sent Carson to his room and Brother to his sister's room (the boys share a room) Carson screamed more. Hit the door over and over with his fists. Screaming that I didn't love him. That he wished he was dead. I went into his room to try and talk to him--he was so angry. After I talked to him for a minute or two I asked him if he understood me (I told him he needed to try and get control of himself. That we all loved him. That he would be staying in his room, in bed for an hour). He said, very angrily, "YES!" I asked again if he understood... He refused to say Yes Ma'm to me (which is what me and husband expect from our kids. I just left his room. I haven't heard a word from him since. I'm sure he has fallen asleep or is reading a book. But, OMG. I have never witnessed this raging, I mean, not getting just a little mad. Or angry. He does that. But he FREAKED out! He did this last weekend when he was at his Dad's and they were stunned as I am. It was VERY scary. I was able to stop it pretty quickly--but if I hadn't been in the room when it happened... I dunno. He has been taking the Intuniv for a month. The Celexa for almost 3 weeks. I know some of you have said before that if he has a true "mood disorder" and not just depression that he could have a honeymoon period (and boy, has it been a honeymoon--GREAT days at school...amazing results) on the Celexa and then go waaaaay to the other extreme. He hasn't done this every day. Just twice in a week. But, wow. Ideas? Advice?