Our 18 year old feels that ever since she turned 18 that she does not have to listen or do anything we tell her. She works parttime now since she graduated, but has no car. She depends on me to take and pick her up in between my breaks at work. She does not want to follow the rules of the house and hangs out with losers. How do I get her to understand that she has to follow our rules. I have told her to move out if that is what she wants, but she is still here. She comes in at all hours of the night and lies
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