I am hoping someone can help me get my head and my heart on the same page. My grandson, who is now 18, is in his senior year of high school, and I have been raising him for the better part of his life. During the past 2 years, his attitude, behavior and grades have steadily declined, and he is now at risk of not graduating this spring. He has started lying about his whereabouts, using drugs, and has recently stolen money from friends and family. I have 2 adult children (not his parents) who live with me, and want me to kick my grandson out ASAP, especially since he shows no remorse for his actions, and will not improve his grades or seek a job. They fear the situation will escalate, and understandably, they are concerned about their property and the disruption this is creating in our home. I was hoping to get him to his graduation date, but my family feels the situation is becoming intolerable. They are disappointed that I have not taken more drastic measures, as they feel he is stepping all over me. I have confronted him and told him he needs to pay back the money taken, participate in the school's at risk counseling group, and pull up his grades to graduate, but not suprisingly, he is not taking me seriously. I know he is an adult, but since he is still in school, should I handle this differently, or do I need to kick him out before he destroys my family? I love him with all my heart, as I do my children, and I feel powerless and alone. Any suggestions or ideas will be deeply appreciated.