Today, difficult child asked if I could take him to the movie store to rent a PS2 game. He's already got a ton but he's gone through them all. He's been pretty good lately and we reward him with-a game, treat, movie, etc wkly if he's maintained behavior, so I took him. Every game he chose was violent and fast paced. That last one even had a big warning on it about causing seizure activity! I said NO. No. No. Every single PS2 game. NO. "You're already on Adderall for hyperactivity. You don't need to make it worse." He made little fists and said, "You don't know how much I want to hit you right now." "Yes, I do." I walked away and stood by the front counter. 3 min. later, he came up with-a poker video. I didn't even know they had such things. At the front counter, he asked for more of an explanation about the seizures. I told him I didn't want to talk about it in public. He didn't care. Oooh-kay. increased electrical activity in the frontal lobes. Blah blah blah. He listened and tried to argue but gave up in mid-sentence. Anyway, I find it disturbing that the manufacturers put warning labels on these things and parents still rent and buy them. I'm all for freedom in the marketplace, but on the other hand, there oughta be a law ... P.S. The kittens have almost as good an effect at calming him as the Adderall does. We're going to knock down the dosage again in 2 wks.