My wife's parents seem to be in denial about their difficult child son. He's 37 and lives at home. Has worked for about 8 weeks in the past 3 years. He constantly has job interviews but is supposedly turning them down instead if taking these jobs. He tends to get these job interviews far away and so he needs a full tank if gas to get there. I tend to think that there are no job interviews and he just says this so his parents will fill up his tank. His parents say that they don't give him money, but someone corners them on a particular purchase they say that he recycled cans to raise the money to buy it. We think the difficult child parents are concerned that their son will commit suicide since one of his uncles did this 30years ago. I think the situation couldn't be more different since that uncle had a lot of young kids,and a difficult marriage, and had been suspended at work, while the difficult child is single and has no kids. difficult child also yells at his parents and that's when his parents give in and give him money. difficult child has an excuse for everything. He's always telling everyone how he's looking for work, but often former employers or peers blackball him and that's hurting his chances at funding a new job. Any idea on how to get difficult children parents to stop enabling him?