Thank you for your review.
I will try to make my response as brief as possible, as I experienced many challenges with having you in my home, and I absolutely do not wish to prolong this relationship.
The private bedroom and home you were in did not have dirty walls or a dirty carpet, as you attempt to claim here. That is a false claim, and unless you soiled the carpet or walls before leaving, they are just as shown in the photos. Thank you.
The kitchen and bathroom are not identical to your portrayal of them being rusted, either. Again, I hope you will learn to be less dishonest and unkind in your assessment of others and their homes.
As for your claim of me being passive aggressive, I am not sure how you define the term. But the definition of the term "passive aggressive" does not describe the approach I took in communicating with you. You left my counters and the kitchen sink unkempt with food on multiple occasions, and I pointed them out to you simply, directly, and politely, as I would with any of my guests.
At one point you became angry, snatched the leftover food off of the counter, and briskly walked into your room after snapping at me verbally. Instead of an apology to me for your aggressive and rude behavior, you claim that I am passive aggressive. Simply because I did not overtly express the extreme frustration I experienced with hosting you does not mean I passive aggressive. It means I was attempting to be patient with your many attempts to find something wrong with the place at every turn and corner—*even* as you left it unkempt yourself on multiple occasions(!).
You even chose to continue your vindictive behaviors by trying to refuse to pay for the remaining days of your stay, and *then* unjustly demanding that I pay you more than $200 through the resolution center—wow!
I will say this—I am glad I was able to withstand the many impolite, and even insulting occurrences you offered, and I am glad I did not react with my true
level of frustration.
I hope you will decide to be more graceful and mature in the way you treat others in the future. I am grateful for this experience, as life is not without its challenges to sharpen us, but I am also rather thankful that it is over.
Onward and forward :).