Hi, I'm new here. I have three children, two boys, five and two, and one girl, aged four. My five year old son started suffering from night terrors when he was about fifteen months old and this went on forever, it seemed like. When he was two, he started "seeing" things, faces and people looking at him through the windows, and he still insists that he hears people talking to him at night. I still don't know how to feel about this. Now he refuses to go into a room by himself, won't go the the bathroom by himself, has to sleep with his little brother, etc. He is also so LOUD! He screams constantly. He gets so mad over everything, and when he gets angry he attacks his little sister. He lives and breathes things like soldiers and cowboys, and he is always striving for some perfect way to fix his "Collection" of plastic toys. Everything to him is a "Collection." He dresses up in vests and camo and walks around with plastic guns, bows and arrows, cowboy hats, boots, and stuff like this every waking moment. He is always changing clothes, he'll wear eight different outfits in an evening. He talks 24 hours a day, even in his sleep, and all he says is stuff like "Hey, see this soldier, he's gonna take down the alien Indians and beat the good buy on the horse..." and blah blah blah! He drives me nuts with this ****! He doesn't play video games, he won't even sit still long enough to watch a TV show. He can't dress himself, brush his teeth, or put on his shoes, and he still pees the bed. He is constantly making these noises, I don't know if they're gunshots or what, but it is never ending. When he gets upset about something, like yesterday, for example, my mom had something to do after work and he couldn't visit her, he literally screamed for five hours. It's like he just can't get a grip on himself. He just can't "Get over it." I would say, "Grandma had something she had to do, you will see her tomorrow." he just couldn't get it. He also has incredibly vivid dreams and he can't differentiate between them and reality, in fact one day a couple years ago he told everyone his daddy hit him in the head with a hammer, and there was absolutely no changing his mind. We are a nuclear family with extended family living nearby, no divorces, drugs, alcohol or problems. I just don't get it, it's just like he's striving for this perfect thing that he sees in his head and it literally drives him crazy, subsequently driving us crazy in the process. Is there some kind of anxiety drug or something that would work? Does someone have a similar story, please?