mom has been in a downward spiral for the last several months. Just this weekend though, things went from bad to worse! I dont think my heart could possibly be anymore broken than it is now! She has had these new random "friends" in her life. New ones nearly every day! I know who some are b/c they are my age or younger and they are ALWAYS bad news! However, she continues to hang out with these characters until they prove to be bad news by stealing, fighting, betraying her or if i am lucky, when thier house gets drug-busted, only then does she MAYBE stop being best buds with her newest pal---sometimes!!! My concern is that I have a little brother in her custody who is only 12yrs old! (i am 26) I did'nt want him to have to go through the things i did while growing up, but since his dad left a little over 2 yrs ago, history's repeating! Just this wknd my lil bro was trying to get in the house after a friends mom dropped him off from a wknd visit and door was locked. Finally he got in and said he saw DRUGS on counter! Its always been off limits to call my mom out on something....she is NEVER wrong and she DOES NOT EVER apologize! What in the HELL do I do?? I can't even talk to my brother on phone w/out her hearing!
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