This is my first time posting here (I've read a lot though). difficult child recently was taken off risperdal and switched to Lamictal but suffered a severe reaction, so she's no longer taking anything like those medications. An added bonus to this medication removal is weight loss - she's gained some weight but by no means would she called overweight - just out of shape. She remains on only 10mg celexa, which has been somewhat helpful for about 2 years. But since those other medications have left her body, I can see her spiraling downwards desite the presence of celexa. She's sullen, wants to stay in her room all the time, and is getting meaner to us and even her boyfriend by the day. I've started her on 2000 EFA fish oils as well as 1000 Evening Primrose. I would like to increase the fish oils up to 3000/day (1000 3x/day), but she's currently taking an antibiotic in the AM due to a severe acute sinusitis for the next 20 days. She will not cooperate if there are too many pills on the plate, even if they are all natural and good for her. I am also trying to get her to MOVE, but she is so resistent. I am trying to find creative ways to get her outdoors and moving, like walking the dogs, going swimming with me, etc. She won't do anything. I have a membership to curves and a guest pass - I was thinking of making her go with me at least 2-3 times per week. I think it would be good for her and may jumpstart her into moving again. As of right now I've explained to her the options: We put her back on medications or we try to make healthier changes using diet, exercise and supplements. She said, "Sure". Not "Yeah, that sounds good" or "Okay, let's try that", but "Sure". She just doesn't show any interest whatsoever. I have a call into her psychiatrist, but thought I'd ask around here too. Am I at least on the right track with the fish oils and exercise? Anyone have any ideas on how to motivate a 16 y/o girl who is almost completely unresponsive to any and all suggestions??? Thanks.