I saw therapist yesterday per his request. I saw him two weeks ago also and he told me both times difficult child has such severe Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD) and ADHD that the biggest challenge is getting him to survive. I asked him specifically yesterday if he was saying difficult child is going to die. He said getting him to survive until 18 will be a challenge. i told him what happened at psychiatrist's office. He just shook his head and told me to bring in a list of doctors on my plan and he will review them and recommend one. In the mean time, difficult child really needs to be treated for anxiety. I told him psychiatrist wanted to put him on Strattera and told me that treats both anxiety and Adhd. therapist said originally Strattera was made for depression, then they realized it helped with ADHD. He said he has never heard it for anxiety. He also said 30mg's of Adderall is way out of line. He should of started at about 10mg's and MAYBE go up to 20. He said that may be why I see the exhaustion. To high, too fast. i told therapist how difficult child said since last December he feels that things aren't real and his ears are on the back of his head. difficult child said he is sick of people saying it is anxiety because it would sometimes go away then. difficult child said nothing is fun anymore. Well, I just checked his myspace. It says "difficult child is sick of feeling like this" his mood is "sad" I am really really afraid for him. therapist suggested Lexapro. But we just started adderall last week. Should I call his current psychiatrist (who I don't like) and ask for Lexapro? We tried that a few years ago and it kept him awake. Does Lexapro take a while to work? How long? therapist said maybe when we start break the 10mg pill in half and work up to 10. Help. I feel so helpless and so afraid for him. I am really scared. Please suggest what I should do. lexapro??? does it help? What about Buspar? I am so afraid and I cannot be home today or tomorrow I am in a class. I feel sick I am so worried..