I made a decision to move into a new place with my adult daughter over 2 years ago. We did this so she could have a child and 6 months ago she did. She is 36, a professional and just needed some fiancial support through the sharing of expenses. My friends told me this was a bad idea because she has never really dealt with her emotions and is very passive aggressive. She emotionally withdraws, blames me for everything I come to find out she has been looking for a place she can afford. I feel very betrayed. I have invested time, money and an emotional committment to this relationship and life style that apparantly she didn't. She is behaving just like her father did. Taking no emotional responsibility for any problems, they are all mine. She likes who she is and doesn't see a need to change anything about herself. This attitude comes on the heals of her finding out she is getting a good subsidy for her daycare. This is just how a friend of mine predicted it would go. My daughter has no relationship with her father because he does not see a need to change anything about himself either. I cryed my heart out last nite and today I woke angry. Angry that I have made yet another big emotional investment with someone who cannot do the same. Help sort this out please.
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