No Siblings

by Neesee
(Florida)

My mother and stepdad came to stay with me when my mom got really ill with Parkinson's disease.


After she passed away my stepdad stayed in my house. I made the mistake to put the house in all three names and accepted money to put down. They have a house back home but he won't leave. Now he is threatening me with selling the house and split the money among his children from a previous marriage.

He hides in the room, locks the door, does weird stuff and opens my door and goes in my room when I'm not home (believe me, I know). The other day he opened my mail. Then he lies about it. Can't stand it any more. He is 87 and in very good physical health.

I had a triple bypass in 2005 and my doctor told me I need peace and quiet because my heart does not sound too good. I have no insurance, since I was laid off. My marriage was a disaster with a man that wouldn't stop cheating on me. I feel lonely and frustrated with all this.

I went back to school for a degree in Mental Health, which by the way is helping me a lot. But I can't focus or study for my tests in the house where he is up at 4AM and slam doors, closest and cabinets. He goes up and down the stairs all the time.

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