Our expert says:
I can understand how frustrated and angry you may be. The guy who can't pay for his board and lodaging, can afford sushi and martinis ? Wonder how he'll get on with his fathe ? Maybe they deserve more time together ! Good advice all round to be cautious about assuming the youngest son will necessarily go the way of his older brother.
As for the "whatever" response, and the smug way some kids seem to assume that this is a brilliant and unaswerable answer to everything, I sometimes feel it should be a criminal offense incurring a significant fine, to utter that word in that way. But at 22, your eldest cannot stay in your home without your consent, I think you can ask the police to remove him, and get a court order to forbid him to bother you again. Or whatever.
Why not physically [ack his things and have a friend take them round to his dad's place while he's out ( if he ever bothers to go out ?) And then have your locks changed.
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