There's always something, isn't there? **Sigh** difficult child went to baseball practice last evening, we picked him up an hour and a half later. After we got home, I saw he had shredded the leg of his baseball pants (!) and he had shredded the sleeve of his shirt (short sleeves). Now what? He can't answer why he did it, but he sure wasn't dressed like that when we dropped him off. He was still fully medicated and he was NOT hungry! When he was a toddler, he chewed the sleeves on his shirts, so I bought all short sleeves. When he was a toddler, he chewed up the collars of his shirts, so we bought new ones often. Why would he be starting this behavior again? I thought we had made a little progress. Another thing.....now he has to have TWO plates to eat dinner. He not only doesn't want his food to touch each other, but he doesn't even want some stuff on the same plate. My difficult child will be TWELVE next week...why is this stuff creeping up now? I work parttime....VERY parttime, sporatic. Could this be rebellion even though he's at school while I'm gone? There is a tiny bit of disruption in the mornings when I work because I have to get ready to get out of here the same as he does. I'm usually home before he gets here. (I have the boss trained to let me leave to get home before the bus arrives.) I dunno, I'm SO worn out with trying to figure this guy out. Even when I try to have a life apart from my boy, just a little, it doesn't seem to work very well.