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31-yo man blames parents for his lack of success & independence in life

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AwesomeTattooedDragon 3
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idontplaynice --- 277 days ago -

Man lives at home with his parents, at age 31, and refuses to move out.

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"My parents are basically undermining my life. Instead of trying to help, they derail it or do stuff out of spite," Kyle says.

Kyle admits his parents pay for food and clothing, and that they have bought him numerous cars, but says those are necessities that all parents should pay for their children.

"My parents act like I'm some sort of deranged, aggressive, psychopath. At home, they treat me like an unwanted guest. They have gone through great lengths to try to get me out of the house," Kyle claims. "My parents have cried wolf to the cops so many times that they actually feel bad for me. All I wanted to be treated is like a son. I want to be treated like a member of the family, not like an outsider."  

Emperor of Kingwood --- 276 days ago -

The parents problem is simple to solve. GET OUT NOW. 

AwesomeTattooedDragon --- 276 days ago -

This was on Dr. Phil, yesterday- his parents were told to find him a place for 90 days so that he could find a job-after that he's on his own- Emp, they've done that, he gets violent with them- a real entitled little puke- 

TinktheSprite --- 276 days ago -

Well, I guess if you're playing the Blame Game you gotta blame someone for your crappy life! sheesh 

SagaciousSighFiGurl (Mod) --- 276 days ago -

He's delusional. When people are delusional, they blame everything on other people even when others have been kind and good to them or have even gone over board in emotional support and monetary support. He doesn't WANT to work or be on his own. When they try to push him in that direction, he gets belligerent, even after all they've done.

There are a lot of late 20's and early 30's people who still live at home. I just met a guy with a 28 and and 32 YO still living at home. 

AwesomeTattooedDragon --- 276 days ago -

Parents need to learn to kick the baby out of the nest, so they can learn to fly- it's the most important thing a parent can do. 

SagaciousSighFiGurl (Mod) --- 276 days ago -

Apparently providing several new cars ranks right up there as well. Lmao 

AwesomeTattooedDragon --- 276 days ago -


idontplaynice --- 276 days ago -

Apparently providing several new cars ranks right up there as well. Lmao

So, it really is the parents' fault? 

SagaciousSighFiGurl (Mod) --- 276 days ago -

It's not their fault he's a jerk and won't GET A JOB, but they are in a codependent situation now. When they try to get rid of him, he implodes. That creates dysfunction where they start avoiding him to keep the peace. And at this point with people like this, you cannot avoid drama or keep the peace without sacrificing truth and resolution. Drama needs to happen to get change. Been there, done that. creating a more unhealthy situation by avoiding them is putting off the inevitable. These people are emotional bullies and manipulators. 

sheddy --- 276 days ago -

The parents created that mess. I'd say they need to set a timeline for him to be out, but if either one of them had a spine, he already be gone. I see parents with kids and I wonder what they are thinking, If you can not control a 3, 4 year old, what are you going to do with they are 16? 

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