I haven't been on here for a while. My difficult child was released from jail in November. He called me at 11:30 p.m. He said he had been released and he had on shorts and a tee shirt. Wanted to know if I could bring him a coat. My husband didn't warn me to get drawn back in to this drama but I just couldn't leave him to freeze in the cold. My husband told me not to bring him home with me. I rented him a motel room. To make a long story short, my husband relented and he back into our home. He had a Harley and a pickup that needed repaired. He asked my husband if he wanted to buy his Harley. My husband bought the motorcycle from him. He went through all this money in about 3 months. He had nothing to show for it. My husband and I replaced a window in his truck (someone had broke it out, bought new tires and had almost $1700 to have the motor repaired. We thought this would motivate him to get a job which he did. He had a friend that was looking for a roommate to share expenses. My husband and I told him he needed to stay here and save some money before moving out but he just had to move. I did give him a bedroom set and some other furniture to help him out. He had no furniture at all. He texted me about two weeks later showing his hand cut and bleeding. He said he was going to the ER for stitches. I called him last week to see how he was doing and he said he was looking for a job. I asked him what happened to the job he had. He said they wasn't paying him (he can't keep a job it is always the employer doing him wrong). He texted me later asking if I had a few extra dollars to spare. He said he needed "a place to lay his head". I should mention after he moved we found one of our hand guns is missing. I did ask my difficult child about it and of course he didn't know anything about it. My husband said it is time for him to "man up" and he was not moving back in with us. My difficult child is 43 years old. He said if difficult child came back he was leaving. I know he is right but I feel guilty. Am I just crazy? Just need some support.