So here's where we are at: difficult child is off Lithium and levothyroxine. difficult child is now on 100mg of Seroquel twice a day. The psychiatrist has the following diagnoses: Mood disorder not otherwise specified, Anxiety disorder, and parent-child relational issue. Now what is the deal with the last part? Can three weeks of explosive behaviors after a medication change really constitute a parent=child relational issue?!?!?! I mean her discharge summary and any paper work will say that on it. They also say that they don't really feel she is Aspie, more that her anxiety has created the issues with social interactions, obsessing on things, difficulties with transitions, change, and crowds. They also feel the anxiety adds to the mood d/o to increase mood liability and intensity. psychiatric hospital let difficult child go on partial last night. She came home and was oppositional but eventually got her to bed. IT took me 1hr 20min to get her to get out of bed, put on clothes, eat and take medications this morning. That should take all of 30mins. She is home again tonight, it went a bit better so far. She was much less oppositional and completed all tasks (with lots of prompting and redirection) except for brushing her teeth. I hope tomorrow morning will be better than today's. I am exhausted, she is a lot of work--different work than I am used to. She's VERY hyper and talkative but not angry or explosive. Her brain does seem to be working better. We were playing Gin Rummy, and she was able to add up my cards in her head. That's freaking amazing--she has struggled so much with basic math skills. It's like the lilttle neurons are connecting a lot better. She want's constant attention and assistance with anything. And I'm helping, though I know she can physically do it, to aid in making sure she does it instead of a power struggle to get it done at all. It's like all the things I was working on with her in the past were so much less important than where we are now. It feels like a backslide, a huge one. I am glad she is on less medications. I really worry about her going back to school and their ability to manage her need for constant assistance to get through the day. Star was so right, they did not "fix" my little girl. They are trying to force my bad insurance company to provide home based services for Abbey. And they addressed some of the medication stuff but they did not fix her. And I knew that, but man I was hoping she would be a bit farther along by now. I'm impatient. I use up all my patience on Abbey so there is none left for anyone else. I am happy she is home at least part time. It just feels anti-climatic. And all the diagnosis stuff and new presentation of Abbey, is just difficult. Anyone have any opinions on any or all of this, especially the diagnosis?