http://www.conductdisorders.com/for...isorder-odd-difficult-child-40096/#post424302 We have visited our Behavioral pediatrician. three times since then. First time he wanted to try Intuniv. What is it about him and the Intuniv? He wanted our 6 year old on it and even offered it for our 10 year old. We tried it for 2 weeks- no change. Now he is beginning to think that this is an issue K completely has control over- meaning to get attention, mimicking behaviors that he seems in difficult child#1, etc. He is also wondering if this is the same thing that is going on with our easy child/difficult child#3 who I am on the fence with about an ADHD diagnosis. What am I supposed to do if that truly is the case? I have seen a decrease in K's behavior which is good but difficult child#1 is not completely out of control. School has been out a total of 9 days and so far summer vacation is NOT going well for difficult child#1. The tantrums are lasting for hours at a time. He wants to break everything we own. I find the other kids' toys hidden in his room- broken, of course. It's not fair to them, easy child#1 spends most of the day in her room because she just can't stand to be around him. Sadly, I don't blame her and wish I could spend the day hiding out in my room. I feel bad for saying that but my entire day is devoted to him. He takes Risperdal and Luvox 2x a day but at this point I really have no idea why. He is still just as aggressive and Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) as when we started the medications. He has already been in an inpatient treatment center and they assumed some other mood disorder was going on along with Autism. I am starting to wonder where to go from here.