We kicked our son out in May for stealing from us. He came back in September and said he wouldn't anymore, acted like he was getting off drugs. After not too much time had passed, we assumed he just wanted a place to not have to pay rent, was gone a lot, not working, friends giving him marijuana. My husband told him a time frame he had to get a job and be home at midnight. His truck is undriveable now as of the other night. He still has no job. His friend picked him up last night and he said he is moving out. That we were going to kick him out anyway. I think he said this just so he could say he was the one making the decision, either to himself, us, or his friends or all of the above. I said you're the one making the decision, you don't help yourself, and you don't want to obey the rules of our home. I feel really bad for my husband because he considered our son his best friend for so long. He is an only child. I am thankful to be a Christian and also to have a strong marriage and that my husband and I are on the same page about this. He took nothing with him that I saw, so he will be back at some point to get some clothes, etc. He said something about applying for jobs. Well, I guess he realizes - duh - he needs to work if he lives with his friends. Why should he expect any less from us? I guess I'm just giving an update here. I'm thankful for this group.