About Me: Female, 60, everett, WA, member since Jul 2009
happily married 23 years with 3 kids and 2 beautiful grandkids. Love gardening, koi ponds, reading, and my siamese cat. My son is 28 y/o and lives in LA with his girlfriend. They are happy and successful. I see him twice a year and talk to him every other day. My middle
[More] daughter is 24 and is addicted to methadone. She is in an abusive relationship and has stolen many precious things from me including jewelry from my mom who passed away. My youngest daughter is 22 y/o and is separated from her husband of 5 years. She is bipolar. adhd, and somewhat of a hoarder. She and her husband left $6,000 worth of damage to their last apt due to large amounts of trash and other items left behind. And now for the sake of our grandkids, we have signed a lease for an apt. for them to share..but surprise!!!!....it's not working! Now we're struggling to pay their rent and our mortgage. The stress is too much. If anyone out there has any tips about that blurry line between enabling and love, PLEASE leave a note!
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