I am having major problems with my 18 year old daughter. She had moved out around 6 months ago & wasn't able to make it on her own and I told her to move back in. She wanted to but asked if her boyfriend could come with her because he had no place to go, so I agreed but I told her he had to get a job right away, well he has been here almost 4 months now and still no job & acts like he isn't going to even look for one. My daughter is so wrapped up in this stupid lazy ass that it makes me sick. I know for a fact they are smoking pot & I have a really bad feeling she is doing other drugs. She only works part time & I never see her beside when she comes home & eats & goes in her room to sleep. She is always broke. Her dad from my previous marriage sent her 200.00 for christmas & I don't know what she did with the money, she didn't even pay her cell phone bill & now it got shut off. I know she bought her brother something for Christmas but now I am wondering if maybe she took it back & got the money. I am not certain but it wouldn't suprise me. After Christmas I am going to tell her boyfriend that he has 1 month to get a job & if not he is going to have to leave. My only problem is I don't want to loose my daughter & I know she will leave with him. Her & I have always had trouble talking to one another & she takes everything I say with a negative attatude even when I try & sit down & have an adult conversation with her she gets very angry & just walks away. I am just at my wits end with her & I love her so much. She is my first born & I had her when I was only 17 and she has been thru everything with me. Her real father lives in Portugal and him & I had a very bad relationship at the end. She used to be very close to my husband now & they hardley even talk now. It's very sad & I am so scared for her.
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