difficult child 2 was playing a computer game tonight when it was time to turn the computer off. The game was about a cat and the cat was unhappy because it needed to be fed, etc. We gave her a 5 minute warning but she was getting so anxious about the cat that it was obvious there was going to be trouble. husband told her she wouldn't be able to play the game any more if it was going to be such a problem. (Clearly a mistake in hindsight.) She went ballistic, running around, jumping very high in the air and landing hard. We were afraid she would hurt herself. We can't really restrain her because that makes her madder and is dangerous in itself. She kept asking if she was going to be able to play the game again. To me, the answer is clearly not anytime soon since she isn't going to be able to stop without raging if the cat isn't happy. She was already headed to a rage even before husband said what he did. (He didn't know this or wouldn't have said it). I'm not sure if the cat is ever happy enough to suit her or if that is the hook to keep them playing. I can't see lying to her and saying she can play the game whenever she wants but saying no just makes her madder. husband wants to tell her whatever she wants to hear so she'll calm down. I'm afraid to do that because 1) I'll just have the same problem tomorrow when husband isn't here probably and 2) then she won't believe us the next time and that will fuel its own part to the meltdown. Tonight we let her calm down on her own and avoided the question. I'm sure it will come up again tomorrow. Hopefully she will be calm enough to be reasonable but I can't count on it. What do you do in this situation? Tell her what she wants to hear? Tell the truth and risk an injury? Call 911? We are going to increase her Seroquel from 25 mg to 50 and we see the psychiatrist on Wed.