It sounds as though you have your hands full, and I admire your strength to try and deal with it all on your own. Investing in a small support base, even if it is an ad hoc one, will help your sanity. With any child it is best not to engage in an argument, as it can easily escalate. Walking out the room is certainly a possibility, be careful not to appear as though you are abandoning her in what she deems a moment of crises. Sometimes saying something like "the way you are shouting/behaving/speaking to me right now is making me sad. I'm going to go to x room and wait for you to calm down." If she follows you, repeat the same story and look for a different room. It's important to keep your voice calm throughout and your body language non-threatening. One of the side effects of Strattera can be mood swings and it may be worthwhile speaking to your health professional about ways to counteract the side effects. This can sometimes lead to a small cocktail of medications. Programmes such as the Dore programme can combat the symptoms of ADHD, as well as anxiety and mood swings, without any drugs or side effects. Keep strong.
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