Well, about a month ago I posted that do to unforseen circustances, difficult child's psychiatrist who he has had for 3-1/2 years, and who we really liked, was "maybe" not coming back to the psychiatric hospital and that we met with a new psychiatrist who "maybe" would come to a different diagnosis conclusion. And, that old psychiatrist had apparently taken some of her patient's files (including difficult child's) home with her?? I have a history building, extensive (she said the appointment will take at least 2 hours) meeting with the new psychiatrist tomorrow afternoon and it is consuming my thoughts!! difficult child has endured a new round of bloodwork and an ekg and has gone to see an opthalmologist to see what effect his medications have had on his eyes (no damage shown - phew). I have called the local pharmacy and had them do printouts of difficult child's medication history so that I can provide her with that. I spoke with the psychiatrist last Friday to make sure she had received bloodwork results, etc., and she told me that she had and that she had conferred with two additional doctors to get all of the input that she could before our appointment. I have pulled out my file on difficult child, too. I think I am as prepared as I can be. During our 1 hour meeting in December, I really liked the new psychiatrist. But at the same time, it is like starting over - 4 years into the whole thing - and that makes me a bit nervous. The psychiatrist that difficult child had while inpatient told me that his anxiety "probably stems from some trauma that difficult child suffered - possibly even while he was in the womb". I cried. He was awful. This psychiatrist seems so much better, but . . . . If you all could cross your fingers, etc., I would really appreciate it. Thanks!