I am a 70 year-old grandparent with my 20-year-old grandson living with me who was diagnosed with bipolar and ADHD disorders when around age 10. He was raised in an angry, chaotic environment with his mom (my daughter) and her angry, narcistic husband (step-father to my two grandchildren). SF is very controlling of his family and my grandson treats me that way now. GS will be 21 this month and works part-time. He was so over drugged as a child that he will no longer take medications for his disorders. He is verbally abusive to me and easily angered to the point that we coexist better if we avoid each other. Year and a half ago, I served him with a 30-Day Notice To Vacate because of his extreme verbal abuse. During that month he started treating me with more respect and we were actually able to talk things out...something that doesn't happen any more. I let him stay and things went okay for awhile. Now I'm afraid to say anything (house rules are ignored) because it starts an argument and he says it's my fault we are arguing. As I read other entries I notice it is parents having problems with their children...two parents. I am alone and handicapped. I spent two years in a wheelchair with a slow healing diabetic ulcer on my foot. It is healed now and I can walk, but the collapsed bones in my foot will always be there. I can't drive. Living alone will cause me other problems so kicking him out is more difficult than for someone healthier, younger and stronger. I do not have another person living with me to provide moral support and help me with things. What I am trying to do is get rid of most of my stuff so I can move to a senior independent apartment. Moving from 2200 sq foot mobile home to a 540 sq foot apt is a real challenge. But it will allow me to get on with my life with people my age around me, and he would have to find other housing. This would (hopefully) allow us to separate without all the hard feelings and emotional stress involved with kicking him out. It's hard for me to downsize as I had a bacterial infection for over a year and it kept me weak. I am over that now but joint aches also make me in pain so any work around the house can't be done quickly. I am looking for counseling for myself to get me through this. He says he is going to be rediagnosed so he can get disability but hasn't followed through with it. If you ask why he doesn't live with his mother...she died a year after I bought this home (for her and my grandchildren to move in with me). My life in this house has been a nightmare ever since I bought it in 2012 and she died on Mother's Day, 2013, three months after being diagnosed with Acute Promilycytic (sp?) Leukemia.