A bit of background. ODS who is nearly 16, through my own fault, has become a lazy, entitled you know what.
Every day I make him a healthy lunch for school, usually a wrap of some kind, cut up fruit and veg, cheese and crackers etc. I also wash and fold his laundry and more times than not even make his bloody bed because he doesn't and I can't stand looking at it. All he has to do around here is empty half a dishwasher (his brother does the other half) and pick up a dog poo once in a while.
So last night he had a complete meltdown over the internet. We finally get the NBN next week but right now our speed is crap. DH and I were watching a show on Netflix that we were ten minutes from finishing and it kept freezing because he was playing an online game. We asked him 3 times to please turn it off for ten minutes so we could finish our show. When he didn't do it we blocked him from the internet. He went off his bloody brain over it. Him and DH who is the most laid back guy ever and never raises his voice ended up in an argument because DH basically said we pay for it we need to watch our show and if you don't like it get out.
It escalated because ODS just wouldn't let it go that we are being completely unreasonable and it's bull****. He was in tears and literally losing his ****.
So I eventually stepped in and said you know what? You are nearly 16 and you have no respect for us and you are lazy and entitled. Also I looked on his bed and saw all the clean and folded clothes I gave him two days ago were now laying all bunched up on his bed which always happens. Then I told him as of tomorrow you can get up and make your own lunch, make your own bed and do your own laundry. I'm done. If you don't you can go to school and be hungry and stink in your dirty clothes. Then I went to bed and we could hear him in his room still carrying on.
Now it's 4 in the morning and I'm laying here knowing he deserves it but feeling bad.
Should I stick to what I said? I'll feel terrible if he leaves without a lunch but I'm sick of doing it all for him. I just don't know if this is something I should follow through on straight away or just make his lunch tomorrow and talk to him about it later when everyone has calmed down.
Any advice? Teenagers are hard.