"I a really not the type to like to be powerless and this is killing me...nothing I do or say really matters.... I provide for her daughter....have for a year now. Both her mom and dad are addicted. I can't take this anymore and it is ..."
"She went to a clinic that gave her suboxone. In the meantime she was still using...So I spent all that money (money I cannot afford to spend on the beginning of treatment and that is how she repays me. She stole all of my jewelry and n..."
Hi there!! Please read the response I left to your post. It's not fun. Non of it. Please start thinking about you and the grand baby. Trust me she isn't thinking about either one of you.She's in a very powerful cycle that only she can break. I'm really trying to help you but it's not good anyway you slice it. :)
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