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I don’t know how to deal with this so ideas.

I like having nice stuff and take care of it. I’m very possessive and don’t even want my wife messing with it. I get sick with worry when someone else has my stuff.

My Son is I guess partners with another guy doing Handyman work plus my Son is selling Firewood.

Right now my Son has my Framing Nailer, Chainsaw, Wood Splitter and Pickup.

My Son is saying I’m not using it he might as well. I try telling him how to take care of stuff. I can see it in his eyes this is too much trouble.

I ordered a bunch of Ammo he is saying why did you order it? Hey I need some Range Time. Plus this to me is Temporary I’m going to be back out there.

I have a bunch of money owed to me. People are telling me not to worry about it I have plenty without it.

My Son today because I can’t legally drive said I might as well give my Pickup to him. Heck it isn’t even paid for.

Thanks up front. Too too much to deal with this right now.

oneshot 

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I know bunch of dang drama but normal people don’t deal with this crap. I’m really wanting to tell him to get the stuff here but I do that I can forget him helping when I really need him.

oneshot

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Sounds to me like you may have needed to spend a little more time with him in his formative years. Most actions are learned and if you can't count on him when in need then some of this falls back in your lap. You reap what you sow.

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7 minutes ago, cmoore03 said:

Sounds to me like you may have needed to spend a little more time with him in his formative years. Most actions are learned and if you can't count on him when in need then some of this falls back in your lap. You reap what you sow.

Sometimes....but I’ve seen people raised the correct way and still do those things. 

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16 minutes ago, cmoore03 said:

Sounds to me like you may have needed to spend a little more time with him in his formative years. Most actions are learned and if you can't count on him when in need then some of this falls back in your lap. You reap what you sow.

He learned from his Sister. She got a Judge to say she could leave home at 15 because she didn’t want to move here. Then she wanted me to help her out 100 miles away. Now me and her are into it because she says I need to be a Vegetarian.

16 I asked my Son to do some Chores. He got mad and left, moved in with some people that had him doing more chores than I had.

Oh to keep me from doing some things he is here. Like the other day I was going to clean out gutters and he was right here.

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Know a kid I told his Dad he needed his butt busted. I was told that you can’t spank a kid anymore.

Then the kid jumps me says anyone lays a hand on him he would call Family Services.

Now the State is taking care of him.

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1 hour ago, oneshot said:

I know bunch of dang drama but normal people don’t deal with this crap. 

Then I have never met any normal people. 

Soon as anyone, that has anything, starts to fail the vultures come swarming in. Greed is the most powerful emotion in the world. 

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12 minutes ago, Flysmallie said:

Then I have never met any normal people. 

Soon as anyone, that has anything, starts to fail the vultures come swarming in. Greed is the most powerful emotion in the world. 

Yes we are taking care of my Mother in Law. All I really want for her is to be happy. I figure she is 86 years old she needs Respect and the best. She has children just waiting on her to die.
 

She has a Pacemaker and my Sister in Law called her up said time is up on the Pacemaker when are you going to die?

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1 hour ago, cmoore03 said:

Sounds to me like you may have needed to spend a little more time with him in his formative years. Most actions are learned and if you can't count on him when in need then some of this falls back in your lap. You reap what you sow.

Cold hard truth.   

Love and respect is not a byproduct of genetics.

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