Am I being unreasonable? My daughter is truly making an effort to do what is expected of her. She thinks I don't see it, but I do. I admit that it is the things she doesn't do/see that truly drive me up the wall. Anyway, there are still major issues with her going to bed at a reasonable hour. I wouldn't mind her staying up if she would get up as expected. Before we moved, I told her that I expected her to get up by 10:00 a.m. every day. We did compromise that with she could sleep late one day a week. I also expected her to truly help with the house. She was also to pay rent. I let the rent issue go until she found a job. We will have discussions that frequently turn into arguments about her getting up and doing what is necessary. Usually after the discussion or argument she will do what is needed for a day or two and then go right back to me having to nag her to get it done. Last night, she went to sleep about 3:30 a.m. As the morning passed, I finally growled at her to get up at 11:00. She finally got up around 11:30 but only after I told her to get up or get out. She got up, moved herself to the couch and plopped there all day. When I tried to talk to her about doing things (like picking up her bra by the couch), she got defensive, which, in her case, means getting downright mean and ugly. So, chores get done if I nag or get truly angry. Rent has not been paid although she has been working for a bit over a month. Getting herself up by 10:00 am happens about once a week. Today I had finally had it and told her she would have to move out on January 15th. (She'd been given this date previously so it wasn't like I was springing a big surprise on her.) I feel like I'm throwing her to the wolves, especially since she has made so much progress and truly is trying. Am I being unreasonable? Should I just try to enforce the rules as they are and growl as necessary? Should I compromise and let her sleep til noon even if that does drive me nuts? Should I stick with the 15th move out date? I really, truly need some advice on this. I can't put myself out of my box and be objective.