I feel like I'm really going backwards with Jupiter. She flies to me constantly just to bite me. Doesnt give any body language that I can read about why she is upset. It goes like this mostly: I open her cage, set up her portable perch on the coffee table, grab some food for us to share like an orange or pasta, etc. She flies out of her cage to her perch or to me and we share some food. Then I just go about my business clean the house, read, go on the computer, etc. If she stays on me after food she will be fine for two minutes before really biting my hand. I have no reaction and put her on her perch. She flies to me again as I walk around the house and will start biting me after two minutes. I just don't get why she flies to me if she doesn't want to be on me? I immediately put her on perch every time but it doesn't matter to her lol, she just flies back. What other ways can I teach her that biting is bad? It's getting to the point where I don't allow her on me. Even as I type this she has climbed on me three times to bite me, breaking skin every time. But on her perch she bobs her head, chirps, she wants my attention. And just this past day she is biting me after I give her scritches, though her body language says she was enjoying them (closed eyes, leaning into me) then bite very hard. I never get mad her but don't know what else to try. This is all recent, within the last three weeks. Before that, she liked riding on me through the house while I went through my day. Now it's just a struggle. If this is hormonal, what is the best approach? Is this just how she is? LOL.