Yup...my difficult child came downstairs and said he was scared (again). He does this often and, usually, it's just a copout to stay up later. (I take these things more seriously if he's already been sleeping.) Well...this time, I told him he needs to go to bed or I would close his door. He looked sad and walked away towards his room. When he got to the kitchen my husband and I heard something splashing on the floor. I walked in and, sure enough, PEE! All over the floor, next to the garbage can. I checked his pants to see if he just let it go while walking or he actually pulled them down to do the deed. Yeah...pants were dry. So I confronted him and asked if he just did this because he was mad. He said "no" and I said I believed that WAS the reason. He mustered up the evilest look he could and stared me down. I had him clean it up, gave him a lecture and sent him to bed. What the heck?! This also brings to mind that my difficult child's come home from his biodad's house, on occasion, with his underpants completely stained yellow. When asked if he had an accident in his pants, he denies it (most likely, out of embarrassment). *sigh* What do I do??? P.S. difficult child was also just suspended for the second time this MONTH, on Thursday for running away from everybody. Then, he ran out of the school and they called the police on him. Really....how much can one mother take?