My mother is getting on in her years, and her days are numbered. She has been a monster since I can remember, and to this day, in her 70's, can only come to terms with "having an alcohol problem." I want to connect with her before she dies, but a rational relatioship seems impossible. She continues to drink every night, and can twist what you say into the exact opposite meaning. Is there any reason or way to try to connect with her and resolve things, or should i just let her go?
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