it seems like alot of people think they need to step in and help when their help isn't welcomed or warranted. i can give a thousand examples, from the lady who told difficult child I wouldn't buy him lunch if he didn't sit quiet to the lunch lady who complains that difficult child doesn't eat his school lunch because we pack things he doesn't like(duh, he doesn't like anything most of the time). now we have the psychiatrist 'helping' us. so we had an appointment for something that i deemed urgent like a month ago at least. she cancels and reschedules to this week. i was annoyed but dealt with it. so monday her office calls a reminder call that the appointment is today, i said oh, thought it was tuesday. nope, thursday, they say. so today we get a knock at the door from CAS because we apparently 'refused to seek medical help' for difficult child, ie. we missed our appointment on tuesday. she apparently told them it was urgent, but how urgent could it be if she put it off all this time? f'n people. so now CAS says we HAVE TO take him in to see her next week as she reschedualed our appointment with them instead of us, didn't bother to call us and see why we missed our appointment or anything. 'she's trying to help him' says CAS. really? where was she when we needed her help last month? i'm so sick of people trying to 'help us' when they are really just causing more problems. i don't even know how i'm supposed to be pleasant to her next week. she knew our CAS file from difficult child just got closed. now i am being forced to see her when i don't trust her. am i supposed to ask her for a referal to a different psychiatrist to replace her? Stuff like this makes me feel like handing over difficult child to the CAS and saying "Take him, and you deal with this yourself."