Question by Jay: I love my dad, but I can’t tolerate this?
I’m 21 years old and soon to be a junior in college. Normally me and my dad get along fairly well. But this summer has been a problem. I’m a picky eater. Not so bad there is nothing I will eat but my dad in an attempt get healthy later in life will only get low fat, organic and any number of things that make the food inedible to me. He ignores my requests to get even the basics: bread, tortillas, meats, crackers, chips. Gets food brings it home then doesn’t understand why I’m starving all the time as I struggle to find more than one meal a day. Basicly I live off cereal as it was the only thing my body could handle.
Well after a while enough was enough and my hunger led to an arguement. Which led to a physical fight. Unfortunately, its not the first one. I left home 3 years ago for the same reason. Now once again he’s trying to beg forgiveness and get me to come home. He pays for my college so walking away means giving up alot. But I’m not sure I can handle staying with someone capable of this.
Ok I was flat out insulted by most of your answers. First off I work full time during the school year, I’m only home for the summer. Second, We live in the country and I can’t afford to drive into town and still keep up with chores here. Third, I don’t start fights, it started because he got caught in a lie. Fourth, I was more than prepared to walk away from this and move out AGAIN because I don’t believe it’s ever ok to hit your kids. So thank you everyone who assumed I was a lazy leech, really appreciate that, but lets look at it I’ve spent my summer so far getting reconstructive surgery on my ankle and taking 16 credits of courses. Getting a job wasn’t really an option.
Answer by Gigi
what you need to do is get a job and buy your own food, Period! problems will end.
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