Today marks nine weeks since difficult child 2's suicide attempt. On Tuesday we had to pick her up from the Residential Treatment Center (RTC) that she was at. The insurance company refused to go longer than six weeks. When we arrived to pick her up, the people there informed us that they see a personality disorder in difficult child 2, not BiPolar (BP). Their recommendation was six months in a Residential Treatment Center (RTC) that deals with personality disorders...again, the insurance company isn't going for it. She's been home for just a couple of days. I think living with Jeckle and Hyde would be easier. Doesn't help that we got sent home with no real instructions on what to do, how to help her, anything. difficult child 2 has IOP meetings three times a week for 16 weeks for the addiction problem. The place she is going to and the people there specialize in teens and teens with multiple problems. They will work with her regular psychiatrist (psychiatrist L) to deal with the personality disorder and the rehab. Today, we have an appointment with psychiatrist L. I made the appointment because she was taken off abilify after the suicide attack - that may have contributed to it. But the Residential Treatment Center (RTC) put it back on her last week. I want psychiatrist L to bless the abilify or change it. Then I want him to help us find a really good psychiatrist that deals with Personality disorders. I'd like to know which one. (did even know there were multiple ones)... I want difficult child 2 to get the counseling she needs to learn to deal/handle/life with the disorder. And I want to know what to do and how to deal with her. I am so over-whelmed right now. This little fishy is so out of water, she's living on the moon. Or so that's how it feels right now. Of all the times to not have a working computer, this is the worst. So, I have to settle for a few minutes before work and during lunch. It's not going to be enough. I'd be grateful for any advice you can offer. I'll check back as often as work allows. Thank you so much for being here. Knowing that I have a place to go has been my saving grace.