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    Hopefully I can remember all the questions. He's 19. He has money because he worked all summer and saved up $. He has no expenses DH even puts gas in his car.
    We had a big blow out tonight.. all 3. SS was screaming in my face " YOU AREN'T MY ****ING MOTHER, WHAT I DO ISN'T YOUR BUSINESS ! " Dh did nothing but said both stop. I can't even remember everything that was said. I did say I'll call the cops on you and he said they won't arrest me for pot !!!
    We have been talking about moving to out of state and I'm now to the point I'm moving without them and told them that. So S can continue to do what he wants. Oh someone asked why he's doing it, he didn't say this but DH did to help deal with his mothers illness that he could very well have. I told DH years ago to get counseling. We were going to a support group and then we had to stop because SS was asking where we were going and DH didn't want him to know. I did say, so if I come hom from work and have enough drinks to get a buzz and do this 2-5 nights a week, you would be ok? DH said nothing. Besides the pot SS has fake ID and buy alcohol and drinks at home. He was drinking straight vodka and I said " you aren't concerned? " Again one of the times he had no response. It's unfortunate but my son said come live with me I don't want you in that kind of environment.

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    Im sorry this is happening to you @sunshineluv14.
    Your DH is in the wrong here.. he knows what his son is doing is wrong yet he is pretty much supporting it.. I believe your DH should have stopped his son from speaking to you in that way..
    Quite honestly if I were in your position I'd run and run fast.. go to your son, he is absolutely right that is no environment for you to be in.

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    If he is 19, why does he need a fake id to buy alcohol?!

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    Maybe from overseas where the drinking age 21? I could be wrong though lol!

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    yes I'm in the states.

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    Thank you. I don't see this resolving. I'm online looking for jobs by my son who lives in another state.

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