I don't know how Rio and I are going to make it for 30+ more years! This is mostly a vent thread; I'm not rehoming, not boiling her into soup (what my neighbor suggested). Not looking for more advice unless I've missed something glaringly obvious. She just turned 2. We were out of town (twice in just under 3 weeks) and after the 2nd trip she started flying - like a missile - at hubby and attacking him. She would bite the back of his neck, serious bites. He's diabetic and 73 years old so we can't have that. I had him start wearing a towel on his neck when I was getting her out, so she bit his hands and arms. He looks like he's been in a battle, his skin is very thin and even their nails sometimes hurt him. Anyway. John (@JLcribber ) suggested an attitude adjustment by trimming her wings, just one feather at a time. I've done 3 - on both sides of course, taking off maybe 1/2" so maybe not enough? But she can still fly, not like a rocket more like .... an unsteady overweight bird. LOL She could probably still get to hubby but now he hides when I'm moving them to another room. I normally don't clip birds but in addition to the hubby attacks she has started running from me / refusing to go back in her cage. It takes a minimum of 1/2 hour to get her in it, she doesn't care what treat you offer or anything. I usually get bitten at least twice. The clip will help with this I hope. Captain Jack goes straight in. So I'm the only one handling them but my back went out (it's finally getting better) and they were in their cage screaming all day the past couple days. (Cap'n Jack is only 1. He's screaming cause she is) In our office where, you know, we try to work! And hubby has business calls! I bought some hormone Havoc tea from Greywood Manor and gave her that. Someone suggested that we cover them, so last night was our first night covering. Wow what a difference. Today they are making very quiet chirps. They. Are. QUIET. What a relief. One step at a time I guess.