Well he managed 3 nights here. It's been nice to see him, but a bit mentally draining and challenging. He looked after his young sister one night and that was fine His views have become more extreme, I would probably describe him as an anarchist now rather than an eco-warrior. It's quite exhausting at times to be involved in discussions with someone who has extreme views, as it tends to become a one-sided lecture. I really tried to not get sucked in, although I have to say that some of what he said I found myself genuinely agreeing with. I had to laugh when he responded with "Yo mum, cool, let's go and smash up some stuff!" The trouble with anarchic views is that they may make sense on a certain level, but they don't work in the real world - hence his choice to live outside the 'real world' in a tree! He's really scruffy and still dirty even after a couple of showers, and that was difficult to tolerate in my house, especially in the kitchen. I did demand that he scrub his hands a few times and I secretly threw out a loaf of bread that he'd been handling. But, on the whole, it's been fine and it was nice to see him and I know I can go a few months now with minimal contact and not worry.