This email conversation with my dad, Dan Hogan, started with him asking me what help I needed. He ignored all of the things I told him and suggested a residential treatment program. I explain to him that my medical conditions are not right for a residential treatment program and remind him that he purposely decided to be ignorant of my problems therefore he is not a position to know what is best for me.
My dad, Dan Hogan, originally asked me what help I needed. I wrote two emails to him, but he did not respond to anything I wrote and instead answered his own question and offered something I did not ask for.
I point out to my dad that he has a significant financial interest in my recovery.
In response to my dad, Dan Hogan, asking me what help I needed, I explained the bare minimum of my needs to survive. His reply is one sentence long and does not respond to anything I wrote. In fact, he has not yet explicitly made an offer to help me.
My dad, Dan Hogan, reads my website all the time, but he still sent me an email asking what help I needed. I explained to him the bare minimum help that I need.
Even though I clearly write on my website what help I need, my dad sends me an email and asks, “what help are you seeking?”
Hunter, never mind that you didn’t reply to my email or that you are homeless or that you need medicine, here is a home video that you didn’t ask for.
My computer was broken and I could not afford medicine, and my dad wanted to know if I wanted to see the home movies he paid money to have converted.
An attempted to summarize my relationships with my mother, brother, and father in 2012, as understood by me in 2012.
My dad wants me to tell him I can pay $402 per month even though I am homeless, suffering from poorly treated mental illnesses, and unemployed.