traderfjp wrote:He needs a passion and then someone to support him. He may have been neglected or spoiled. Who knows. The great men and women of our times usually contribute their success to a mentor or inspiration from another person. We are all so wrapped up into daily lives that we forget about our kids. Hopefully this person will wake up one day. If not Walmart is looking for greeters.
3 problems that I see. One is spoiled, 2nd is never being allowed to make any decisions for himself (domineering and controlling mommy), and lastly I think he is not the brightest bulb in the string. I was amazed 2 years ago when I saw him standing in the kitchen with a microwave dinner in his hand trying to figure out what to do with it. I half expected him to take it out of the box and start gnawing on the still frozen food. I recall that he looked at it for a while and then placed it back in the freezer. This from a 20 year old "adult".
As you can see, some things just stick in my craw (is that the right word??).