Judge Mental Jones | April 21st 2017

Posted by Judge Mental Jones | Apr 21, 2017 | Addiction, Judge Mental Jones | 0 |

1) I work for an inpatient rehabilitation clinic, and I overheard the owner talking about their love for Obamacare, which bothered me. And I quote “Thank goodness for Obamacare sticking around, our clients can still afford to come back again.” This made me ill. Where do I report him as he obviously loves money more than helping people?

WTF kind of Satanic PSYCHOPATHS are running these goddamned health systems!?!?! I’d wish him an early (train-tracks induced) death, but his successor is probably Hitler incarnate.

He sounds like a life-sucking pharmaceutical-inducing Vampire. He apparently plans on living to a million years old with his private cryogenic-styled health care. I would say set him on fire, but let’s stay practical.

This guy’s remarkably self-serving behavior is indicative of how frequently he must have to pay women or men to touch him. His wife/husband is probably the Melania of Bio-Pharma, as in, paid to be there, and orgasm-less for as long as this dreadful Vampire stays alive. This despicable asshole is looking for ways to fuck people, without a condom, and fuck their life up by using mental health care!

First, expose this bloodsucker virally. Create a meme with the owner’s quote over his half-blinking face and make it a GIF of him sucking all of the dicks. Have it raining dicks and pills. Caption the meme with a change.org petition (I’ve even seen one for Beyonce’s hair) and cc: Anonymous coz those guys love aiding in shredding capitalistic douche bags. They can make it the home screen of all of his healthcare clients for fuck sakes. Geniuses, really.

Then post it on Reddit, Twitter, and DM it to @fuckjerry or @thefatjew. I’ve seen a hotdog bun go viral, so the dicks should help.

And my final advice is to sell the story to Nancy Grace coz she’s a little savage. She can vilify an orphan volunteering at a soup kitchen. She’ll know what to do. But if you don’t want to be Petty Labelle, there is always the (REAL ANSWER) ****BETTER BUSINESS BUREAU****

2) My fiancé and I have been together for two wonderful years, but lately, I’ve noticed that his parents manipulate him for money, in which they blow on their drinking and gambling addictions. I’ve asked him to stop, but he can’t, and it’s affecting our relationship. He now helps them behind my back, and I know this because he’s started to gamble too. It’s his coping mechanism, and a dead give away based on history. I love him, but I don’t know what to do.

Classic. Bonding with fucked up parents until you’re fucked up yourself. I hope this cash isn’t coming from a shared account coz sustaining ANYONE’S vice outside of your own is bullshit and a deal breaker.

Is he an adult? Because his balls haven’t dropped and he’s still a bitch-ass enabler who prefers lying to you then saying no to his parents, as they finesse his hard-earned dollars into the tables, or worse, the slots (ugh). He’s choosing to lie to you instead of saying no to his parents. What a keeper! <3

This sounds like a job for Couples Therapy coz if you marry this man you’re marrying into his lying, enabling ways and his manipulative ass family. Old habits die hard, like gambling, appeasing parents, or hookers and blow (just an example). And don’t think this is an easy fix. Once solved, he could just relapse into lying to enable his parents, and I’d safely parlay those sneaky behaviors into ANY HABIT YOU’D SAY NO TO (Oh, the comfort). This is not the type of budget-ass 007 relationship you want for yourself. He’s not a cool spy. He’s a bad liar.

Now, let me be gentle and understanding, as I just got all the anger out for you. Your fiance and his parents both have issues they need to deal with. I don’t have a background on how his parents grew up, but they both have their own things going on and found comfort with the enabling of each other. It’s hard to teach an old dog new tricks, and it might prove difficult to have a couple of old timers work on themselves as they’ve been set in their ways for so long. However, it’s most likely that your fiance’s parents don’t live the best lives internally and you should feel a little compassion for them. Drinking is one thing, as they’re hurting themselves, but the gambling can start to eat up everyone’s life around them.

When it comes to your fiance, his way of dealing with his parents is through addiction as well, and he needs to tackle this head on. He’s hurting too, and he feels a tremendous amount of guilt, but he needs to create healthy boundaries and fast. His parents may try and put a major guilt trip on him, and he must stay strong. If you give it time and he just can’t do it, think to yourself, “DO I WANT A SON/HUSBAND/LIFE/IN-LAWS like this?!”

The behavior you allow will persist. And unless you see yourself pulling at slots, with a Jack & Coke and your future kiddos, or estranging yourself from your “charming” in-laws, maybe you need to get real about how “fixable” the problem is without ripping this guy’s dysfunctional family apart.

For Couples Therapy from the comfort of your own home: BetterHelp.com

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