My 39 yr.old daughter left again,a few days ago,drinking and taking codeine for pain. She's on state ins. and has tried to get dentists,and consuling help to no avail.She had a loss of an on-line 4yr. relationship that was suppossed to come see her for the first time next month,and he cancelled for the fifth time-maybe he's a player,huh?She has cirrhosis,and is in denial.She is rude to me and scarastic and hurts me deeply.I have helped her for years to get help,and I'm sick over it.She has been going to beginner meetings for six weeks and says their her lifesaver.I'm a nurse,and am well aware of the critical state she is in-but she's of age,and refuses rehab.I want to let her Dr. know where she's at,as she has an app. tue.-but feel I'm crossing a line doing that.Any suggestions?I've gave her several chances,and times up! I told her this is no longer her address,and most of the family is ready to let her go.I wish we could have an intervention!!!!!!!!!!!!!!Does anyone know how you get some one to be the MEDIATOR? Please help me...........THANK YOU
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