Honestly difficult child has done this forever but just recently it has been driving me crazy! It's nothing super major but often, very often when he is saying something he will end with the words "right, Mom?" For example he will be telling me something like, "I have really big muscles, right Mom?" or he'll be making up a story from when he was younger that has no truth except in his mind (I really do think he believes these things) and he ends with, "right Mom? He'll be saying something to me in response to something his sister said, and what he says won't be true or doesn't make sense and we still the the same ending, "Right Mom?" He will even tell a story from at school when we have no way of knowing if it is right or not and he will end it the same way. Also, he expects an answer every single time, if you do not respond immediately, you will hear, "right, Mom" (or Dad depending on who he is talking to) several times until you answer. At times he'll be talking to someone else and as if in need of support he will say the same thing. I'm guessing he just wants to make sure we are hearing him (how could we not). When we answer right he is happy. If it is something that isn't true and we say no, or I don't remember that he gets upset. Often times I'll just say I don't remember it and that seems to work. Like I said, nothing major in the realm of things, just annoying. Does anyone else deal with similar things from your difficult child (I'm guessing mine's not unique)? Feel free to share!