A twitch of a frown of frustration creased his brow for a moment, before he had to remind himself that it came from a place of love. "You do not need to. I broke my fast several days ago, and you have your daughter to think of," he said, looking to Rhiannon for confirmation. They had discussed these issues together a few times already. "Rhiannon will be sleeping in the room next to you. We do not expect you to keep your door open at all times- you have a reasonable expectation of privacy- but if you kept it open at night, that would be a reassurance. I know Iestyn has told you that all the medication is in a lock box to which I and Rhiannon hold a key. We will furnish you with a small supply of your medication in a labeled box. Once a routine is established and trust built, the rules can be relaxed a little." And Henry could be in control of his own medications again too. It was just safer to know where everything was at this stage.