Our daughter has been home for 2 home visits from the Residential Treatment Center (RTC). This weekend she will stay overnight. She will be released soon if things continue to go well. We were glad to have her. She was pretty relaxed. She loved being home-but we told her every visit isn't going to be a party. This weekend she has a list of chores. We'll see how she responds. They have really "upped the anty" as it were. She gets no warnings before point loss. They take points for every thing-including talking too much. She was getting out of bed and getting dressed and not doing her makeup this last week and they took points because she was being lazy about her appearence. While harsh, they are putting her under great stress to see how she will do-if she will use her DBT skills. I still don't love everything that has happened at this place, but my hope is that the experience is bad enough she will want to be home. Find myself following her around and never wanting to let her out of my sight because I'm still worried she will do some of her old behaviors. Also, while she is relaxed, I'm on edge the entire time. I have these feelings of loving to have her here yet not trusting her at all. Hope I can relax more this weekend. Frankly, if she screws up, she is the one who will get the consequences.