Yesterday was a horrible day for difficult child on the Zyprexia. Today I called with my concerns to the social worker and psychiatrist, and they told me that today was different. They brought difficult child to the phone and he said that he started finding some "thoughts" again and began to feel better, so he wanted to wait and give this medication more of a try. We went to visit with him tonight, and totally different kid before us. He was very talkative and seemed to be having some sort of awakening. He is discovering new interests and anxious to learn more about those interests. I have seen him like this before, but only on rare occations. I am sort of nervous. I am wondering if he is a little too "UP"right now. I don't know. I am also afraid that it will keep switching back and forth and not last. I had a long talk with the psychiatrist. She still has no clue what his diagnoses is. She does not know if it is something like depression with psychotic features, or bipolar. She has seen no mania, but he was complaining of racing thoughts. The antipsychotic seems to have calmed some of that down and he is also on a little lamictal. She does not know if he also needs the two antidepressants he is on or not. It is all so weird. Have you ever been afraid of how long something good might last with your difficult child's?