I am so stressed and frustrated right now. How do I get my difficult child to see that she needs to change some of her behaviors in order to get better. I am about ready to just throw in the towel at this point. I have tried and tried. One of our major issues is that she does not have good sleep hygiene. She likes to stay up very late at night. And she does not see how this reflects in her depression and other problems. I have a feeling that she was up until 3 or later in the morning. And, she will not acknowledge that this is a problem. Then she wants to sleep all day. And then we are back to the I am too tired to go to school. The psychiatrist has her taking Melatonin but difficult child hated it because it makes her wake up at 2 am wide awake. So she has taken it once, and is refusing to take it. Yes, I can force her to take it, but then when she wake up at 2 am she will have a massive fit that will wake the entire house. Screaming crying kicking things. An all out 2 yr old temper tantrum. How in the world do you help someone that cannot or will not be honest about part of the problem? She likes being up late at night. I think she thinks it makes her "cool" or something. I am just so angry with her right now. I feel like we are trying so much to help her and she is doing very little or nothing at all to help. psychiatrist did say she would prescribe something to help with sleep at her next visit if the Melatonin didn't work. But, unless it is a horse sedative, difficult child will take it, and just fight to stay awake through it. Which causes more problems. Because then she is super tired in the morning. This is such a no win situation.