You would think it would be common sense that if you are doing something that could result in disaster, you would WANT someone to say "hey, if you keep doing that, bad things could happen." Right???? I am watching her make the most idiotic choices ever. Things I know will result in disaster and hardship, yet when I say something, I'm told to go to hell. She has this car. It has a dented hood, smashed windshield, it's old and no longer has insurance. Soon, the plate will expire and she will not have the money to have it inspected. It needs to be taken off the road before it gets towed and lost to her forever. Not only that, buf if she does drive it without insurance and gets into an accident, then she has to deal with the legal ramifications of that choice. Trying to explain this to her is like talking to a wall. No. I take that back. Talking to a wall would be easier. At least I could get a full sentence out before being interrupted and being told how stupid I am. And apparently she's angry that they can't make their own food in the transitional house. I believe she said something like "they expect us to provide our own food but we can't even cook. We have to use a microwave." Um, last I checked, most people had to pay rent or buy a house to have a kitchen. I'm not sure who she thinks she is, acting as if she's entitled to a full kitchen for free when this organization is giving her a place to live for free.