I wish I could give you the answer, but I'm having to re-evaluate as well. What a difference a day makes. Yest. I was full of how I manage info, then today, 1 phone call changes everything. My mom is a nurse. SHe calls from the hosp., but no big deal she works there. She wanted me to go see about my dad who had just called her and was waiting beside his vehicle for the law because "he's not sure, he thinks he blacked out, but the car has smashed into a tree and I want to make sure he's ok." I freaked. This man is every superhero rolled into one. He doesn't just have accidents. Anyway, H hasn't been speaking - he did inform me today that I needed to check caller ID 'cause it rang and woke him up. At 12:30 p.m. After he slept all nit and got up at 9 a.m. Poor baby. An hour later, my mom calls, I tell him something has happened ot dad, I need your vehicle. Long sigh, "fine." Got my mom (dad had taken her car from the hosp.) went to the site - front end totally smashed, airbags deployed car parts shattered everywhere and a huge tree with an incredible amount of bark gone. Made sure dad was okay, got the family calmed down, needed to take dad to finish his errands, but couldn't go in H truck "cause I didn't ask ahead of time". Took his truck back, informed him our D was coming to get me so I could take the car and see about my dad. He never asked a word. I grabbed a few things, told him I left money for the gas I used, as soon as she got here I'd be gone awhile. He never called. Ended up in the ER , 'cause the hero has boo-boos - dislocated shoulder, fluid building up on knees, major abrasions from the airbags and generally shook up. I get home 6-7 hours after I left. NOthing. Returned a call and told the friend what happened, loud enough for him to hear. Nothing. He finally walks by me to announce, "guess I'll go get something to eat." That's it. No concern for me, family, anyone. This is after our D wrecked in January and when he took me to her, He smarted off about her driving, then said, "looks like the boyfriend is pulling up, I guess I can go." Then drove away and left me standing on the side of the road with a broken car and broken baby (she's 19, but still). I got over that. Learned all about the Pd's the past months. I have to admit I am NOT committed to working on it today. Thanks for the vent time.