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dysfunctional adult child
February 3, 2004
12:31 am
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fool
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My 33 year old daughter cannot handle money

she has nine jobs in 17 years. She is married

with two children. They have gone bankrupt

twice. My problem is getting past the idea that we must help them out everytime she
pulls one of her dumb stunts.

I know in my mind taht we have helped them
way to much. I worry about the children.

HELP!!!!!!!!!!!!

February 3, 2004
1:56 am
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It's OK not to want to help her out financially any longer. Sure, you're her mom, and you love her no matter what. Doesn't mean you have to bail her out no matter what. Maybe she needs the self confidence to resolve her own issues on her own. Could be a great turning point for her.

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