I don't get on here much, but I look to you for your wealth of information and experience!! My difficult child, 10, is on cymbalta for ADHD/anxiety issues. We have a pscyh. doctor that I'm fairly confident of -he is well known as a child's advocate and diagnostic. I have an appointment with him this week to go over progress since we started this year on medications and therapy. This one will be with-o son in the room. My concerns: While he is making progress academically (finally!) he seems to be having more outbursts. Seems more impulsive - like slugging another child for nothing. Even he admits the child did nothing to provoke him. Sleep issues are another issue - we have alarms in place but we think hides food to eat later when no one is looking. What can I ask to make sure this Dr. is looking everything over? I am afraid that his outbursts will get worse, or more violent - with younger children in the house. I am just not seeing enough change to think we are 100% right with the medications he is on. Is there anything else you would suggest? Diet is something we work on, but he manages to steal food at school as well. Thanks in advance for any advice you could offer! This Dr. says he doesn't see any indication of bi-polar or anything else severe, but should I be seeing something he isn't???