Harv and Lynne say their son, Mark, is an adolescent living in a 41-year-old man’s body. Mark is currently homeless and living in his beat-up car held together with bungee cords and glue.

But Mark claims he is “car camping” and not homeless. He says that he chooses to live in his car because it gives him the freedom to travel which broadens his horizons. His sister, Jill, says not only is Mark currently living in his car, but he was also using it to earn a living driving for a ridesharing company, until the hood popped on the freeway while he was driving a client, and Mark got fired. Mark’s family says he needs to get his life together, but Jill says their mother first needs to stop enabling Mark.

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