Well yesterday I was looking in the refrigerator where I had placed a chocolate bar-a Caramilk bar by the way-. Which is one of the best bar's in the world!
For-myself, and it was missing; I was pretty miffed, my nephew- a grown adult, had taken it without asking me.
I confronted him last night, after noticing it gone; and he replies that he was having some type of reaction and needed a bar, I told him that he should not have not taken it without asking first. I would have given him some of the bar- if he had only asked..
Today, I mentioned to him that that bar was in my space where I put it, and you don't touch other people's property. I threw a plastic measuring cup over by his head- he thought that it would hit him and hurt him.. A wake up call for him!"
He made me feel guilty for even confronting him over the chocolate bar.. But I
just let him know that when you are sharing a house with someone else, and you are not feeling well for some apparent reason- don't take somebody else's food- ask them first if you can have it..
That is my rant for today..
Has anybody else had trust issue's in their house, where another person take's something- no matter what it is that belong's to you, and how did, or do you deal with it?