Boundaries of pathology: Removing a crazy person
From: Becky Schaller (bschallertheriver.com)
Date: Sat, 20 Apr 2002 20:39:19 -0600 (MDT)
Rob, how do you remove a person from a cohousing community.  They've bought
a house.  Don't they have a right to continue to live there?

Becky Schaller
Sonora Cohousing
Where fortunately, to the best of my knowlede, we're not wanting to ask
anyone to leave.

> In a week, he will be gone, and we will all breath easier.
> 

> I have heard of more than a dozen  situations in cohousing groups where
> extreme behaviors indicated a seriously dysfunctional person. In almost all
> of them, that person was eventually removed from the group. So, ask
> yourself, if a really dysfunctional person moves in and disrupts  our
> community, what will we do? It appears to happen more frequently than I
> would have thought.
> 
> Rob Sandelin
> Sharingwood
> www.sharingwood.org  where we have our issues, but nobody currently is too
> weird.
> ---

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