This morning difficult child was getting ready for a shower and he went into my room to grab a shirt from the laundry basket. He also took one of mine and had it crumpled up him his hand. I askd him, probably a little more forcefully than I should have, what he was doing with my shirt. He looked at it, said he didn't realize that he picked it up with his, and put it back. Then he came to me and asked, "Did you have to me so mean to me?" I told him that I was wrong to have spoken to him that way and I was sorry. Apparently, not good enough. He's going on and on about how he didn't do anything wrong and that I hurt his feelings. So I told him that when he says he's sorry for something he expects the rest of us to go to being happy-go-lucky immediately after he says it. Now he knows how the rest of us feel when he says he's sorry after an hour of his screaming at everyone. I guess he didn't like my answer because he walked into his bedroom, calmly, and closed and locked the door. A teaching moment?