Hi all. I am new to the forum. My five year old daughter was diagnosed with sensory processing disorder (SPD) and daughter when she was 3. Last week she got more diagnosis, ADHD, ODD and Anxiety. I was pretty sure well before last week she has the ODD and Anxiety after doing a lot of research. I was hesitant to accept the ADHD diagnosis (as if I had a choice) but it is what it is. She has been on Strattera for 6 days without any signs of a difference. I do know it takes a while... I have an older daughter who is 9, only diagnosis for her so far is drama queen. She is gifted which I know comes with heightened emotions along with heightened intelligence. My difficult child attacks her both verbally and physically. Yesterday she scratched at her face over a muffin. difficult child was actually offered last muffin we had, said no and got cereal, older child got the muffin, difficult child then decided she absolutely had to have it. Now if it was my muffin I would have given it up. But I don't feel right about taking away the breakfast of choice from older kid. It's just not fair. Situation ended up with older kid getting clawed in the face, 3 dining room table chairs on their side and cereal being thrown on the ground. Does anybody have any advice for these types of situations? Older kid does understand somewhat of difficult child's issues, but does have a really hard with understanding why things should be 'unfair' in effort to avoid meltdown.