Woke up this morning to my dog being mauled by my daughters dog. Got up went to the vet. This time she was in shock. Three weeks ago he mauled my other dog. Cant blame him, she took off to Calif. left them with strangers, comes home, moves in with me, we get into a fight and she leaves them again. I can not have contact with her, because she called the cops on me, she came to get her dog and complained that it would cost her $30.00 a day to board that dog. Well where does my responsibility end. I still have two of her other dogs. She keeps calling all of my family, telling them all kinds of crap about me. Came into my office, and threw down a display cause I would not talk to her. I was completly freaked out that my sister told me everyone was sick of me, and I was dead to her until I got help. Wow, that made me wanna stop. The fact that I received more compassion from people here on this website, than my husband and friend. Thanks for being there. I printed out their reponses, put them in my room incase I wanted to drink. I need to go home and get things done, and leave the stuff alone. (while my husband goes out and plays volleyball at the bar, and comes home buzzed) Testing my will power.
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