I just want to say that I'm sorry you are in this kind of situation.
Since your son is over 18, and has graduated hs, if he can't comply with the house rules, then you really only have the option you took.
Thanks for your input.
If this discussion comes up again, tell him than an amanita mushroom (Destroying Angel) is a plant, as are oleander, lily of the valley, foxglove, castor beans, laurels, rhododendrons, azaleas, daphne, yew, nightshade, hemlock and datura.
You never know--maybe the kid will be out scouring the woods for hallucenogenic mushrooms.
A quick aside, THOSE "magic mushrooms" where I live in the Pacific Northwest tend to grow in open fields frequented by cows and their poop. They're called "S***rooms" around here. Harvesting them is known as "midnight gardening" as the tresspassers are unlikely to be caught after dark with hooded
Update from yesterday.
A counselor is an EXCELLENT idea.
:smileysad: I SOOO feel your pain and I'm so sorry. I understand how you feel about involving police in "family" matters, I had to do it myself with DD#2 on more than one occasion. The LAST time was when I had her removed from home to a Psych facility, from which she convinced her bio dad (that she had only met
Apparently the eviction has to do with the fact he has lived with us his entire life, and that makes this his home too.