I haven't spoken to my daughter in a month, before that it was 2 months. She went out the window in March and moved in with her 25 yr old loser boyfriend who is divorced with 2 kids he doesn't support, and lives with his mother. She has pulled some mean crap and I am still so hurt from our last encounter I cry just thinking about it. However, I miss the daughter I used to have and our relationship. People have told me she has changed and she seems very quiet, no longer the "bubbly, happy, fun loving" person she was just a few months ago. I know her boyfriend is jealous and controlling, but she keeps telling people she is happy and she continues to stay there even with nothing so what am I to think? I feel like everything I tried just pushed her further away and people told me to leave her alone and she would come back on her own. Well the only thing that has happened is everybody has left her alone except 1 friend who talks to her for a few minutes every couple weeks. She is now totally dependent on the boyfriend for everything. Nobody wants to be around her anymore and they are all tired of trying to talk some sense into her. Do I invite her to lunch, txt her, give her a call and possibly subject myself to more abuse or do I just keep waiting?
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