Is it reasonable for a 31 year old to be banned fromcaffeine

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16 May 2022, 4:17 pm

Texasmoneyman300 wrote:
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My dad said me using caffeine was like having a family member die.I am not taking meth or getting drunk so I dont know what the problem is.Its driving me krazy.I think I may have to run away for the 15th time and be hobo on the streets for the 15th time.

May as well open doors for people at a coffee shop until you earn enough tips to get a cup of coffee.

lol thats a good one

Ouch, it's a pretty bad one. We should know better than to joke about bad times. Some autistic people do it.

I'm glad it doesnt hurt you, even if goldfish didnt give you the benefit of the doubt either for your story.
Some abuse is so harsh and unsensical that people find it hard to believe it. For people who've been through it, had friends that have been through it and read so much about it it's not hard to understand.

You are pretty level headed.

How are you dealing with life on the streets?
What happens if the cops find out your dad aggresses you again? Is there a restraint order yet in place?

Well I am back home now but I can no longer drink caffeine free root beer at night and I also cant watch tv late at night because if I argue with him about it or any other thing I could get a felony for verbal abuse.Thanks very much.My dad said if I am gone if I call the cops again.So I am only calling the cops if one of my parents makes me bleed again.

Christ. Where are the refuge homes when you need them?


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16 May 2022, 5:03 pm

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"Verbally abusing somebody" is never a felony.

Your dad says many outlandish things.

Emotional Abuse of a elder is a felony in Texas



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16 May 2022, 10:45 pm

I’ll have to look that up.

Examples of when emotional abuse is a felony:

1. Falsely telling an elderly person that someone died.

2. Denying an elderly person the right to visit someone.

3. Threatening an elderly person with harm.


Have you done any of those things to an elderly person? Not agreeing with an elderly person does not constitute emotional abuse.



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16 May 2022, 10:48 pm

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I’ll have to look that up.

Ya I could be wrong buddy but it said elder abuse was a felony in TX.So Idk.



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17 May 2022, 12:51 pm

Texasmoneyman300 wrote:
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I’ll have to look that up.

Ya I could be wrong buddy but it said elder abuse was a felony in TX.So Idk.


I'm not a lawyer but your dad tells you utter legal s**t. A 31 year old disagreeing with their dad about coffee isn't a criminal offence. Assuming in some one some weird planet or universe something so petty is a criminal offence you might as well get your accusations in first.

Generally your dad beating you, kissing you, "playing" with guns in your direction, preventing you from leaving home and being an emotionally abusive control freak is multiple felonies and a nice hefty civil case.

I would just end it all once and for all. Just constantly record everything and build up a big enough case to send him to prison. Him being locked in a building with hundreds of violent felons seems like an environment he'll more naturally settle into anyway.



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17 May 2022, 6:48 pm

kraftiekortie wrote:
I’ll have to look that up.

Examples of when emotional abuse is a felony:

1. Falsely telling an elderly person that someone died.

2. Denying an elderly person the right to visit someone.

3. Threatening an elderly person with harm.


Have you done any of those things to an elderly person? Not agreeing with an elderly person does not constitute emotional abuse.

No.I have not



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18 May 2022, 6:38 pm

If the 31 year old in question is gullible enough - why not?



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18 May 2022, 7:19 pm

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If the 31 year old in question is gullible enough - why not?

well I have to listen to my dad in all rules or else he said he would kick me out on the street again.



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18 May 2022, 7:35 pm

If those are the conditions you have to meet for survival, then yes, you answered your own question. It is very reasonable.



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19 May 2022, 1:06 am

DanielW wrote:
If those are the conditions you have to meet for survival, then yes, you answered your own question. It is very reasonable.

Thats a good point DanielW.Thank you.