Hello there! I have been watching from afar for a little over a year now. I came across this forum after googling " My son is homeless". So the short of my story is this: my 25 yr old son is currently living in his car for the second time in a year. He cant seem to keep a job, because he cant get along with his coworkers. This last time, he was fired the week of Thanksgiving for cussing out a coworker. He is a hard worker, but then gets mad at what he perceives as others not pulling their weight. Anyway, he had enough saved , plus a little help from me, to stay in his extended stay hotel room through mid January. He has been living in his car since then, spending days at different libraries around town doing online data entry. He has a gym membership so he can shower, and he spends Sundays with my daughter and her husband so he can do laundry. He has another friend he goes to see once a week, and they work on their Youtube channel content. I have a good relationship with my son. He is such a brilliant person. His ideals are a little screwy,he has extreme social anxiety ( but wont take medications anymore) and he is so rigid in his thinking ( hense, my suspicion of an Asperger's component). Last year when he was homeless for the first time, there was a lot of " I just want to die. Life isn't worth living as a "wage slave". etc. He was King of the Gaslighters. He has sense taken ownership of his situation, but I fear this is temporary, as he is comfortable like this...but with the Texas summer fast approaching, this will change, Im sure. He has had some interviews, but with his spotty work history as of late, and his appearance ( long, unkempt hair), coupled with his EXTREME pickiness as to what kind of work he will do, Im not optimistic. He does like the green, but ( as he tells it) he doesn't use it when he doesn't have money. He makes decent enough money for a homeless guy, refuses to panhandle, etc. He has admitted to other recreational drug use in the past. Anyway..sorry if I rambled. This site has helped me so much to stay strong. I have faltered, helping when I shouldn't have. But in the midst of this storm, all of ya'll have been such a source of comfort and calm. Thank you.