And he's not a happy person. He is threatening suicide and says he's been cutting worse than he ever has. He doesn't know when he's being transported back for his court and people have told him that he'll probably go to Residential Treatment Center (RTC). Now, he was fine with that before- he seemed to have accepted that he couldn't come home right away and just couldn't stand the thought of state juvy. He said his psychiatrist told him that everyone wanted him to go to Residential Treatment Center (RTC) except PO who would be asking for difficult child to go to detention. I thought I was helping to tell difficult child that PO will probably not win this one because GAL and CA were on board with him going to Residential Treatment Center (RTC). But, difficult child said he would fight anyone who came to get him and he was staying there until he could come home. (Don't you love this rational thinking?) He said several times that he would kill himself. I asked why he wanted to die and he said he didn't, that he was using his life against me. I said I was glad he could see that. He talked about his "plan" to fight whomever tried to transport him and I suggested that he not dig himself in deeper. He said he didn't care- he wasn't going down easy. Then he proceeded to tell me that all this was my fault for snitching on him. I told him he couldn't be pulling a knife on me. He said I was mean when he was little, then I got ok for a couple of years but then I got mean again and this is what made him the way he is. He said I had problems and I didn't take repsonsibility for them and that's what made him this way. (This is why we really need a PO and extended family that blame difficult child's problems on me. ) So, I said I guess there's not much point in me coming to visit tomorrow and he said no there isn't, that he would only yell at me. I asked why he was so mad at me now when everything has been fine and he said he's mad at everyone. No one there cares about him or is helping him. He said our phone time was up and he had to go.