Adult daugther bullying by not letting me see my GD when she is mad

Jean - posted on 05/17/2015 ( 2 moms have responded )

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When adult daughter has her issues, not matter what they are (husband, job, money) she takes all this out on me by not letting me see my GD(17 mos.) I have baby sit her many times, and I love this child very much. Any chance my daughter gets, she say nasty mean things to me, I tried my best to be supported to her, but anytime her life doesn't go the way she wants, she finds a whipping board, and that's me. I can no long deal with her attitude, nastiness, cursing, I'm trying to wait it out. It's been over a month. I don't give any advice when asked because if it's not what she wants to hear, she gets angry at me, and tells me I will never see my GD, I ask what I have don't, she can't give an answer. I don't know what else to do other then to leave my draught's life to her own to figure it out, she is 31, married a man who was married before, and have 3 other children. When their electric and gas was turned off, they came here with my GD, when she needed money I gave it to her, at times, I feel if she wants me to shower her with all the attention that I give my GD. I don't get it. I only help if she ask because if I see things that aren't right and take it upon myself to make it right, she gets mad, and start talking crazy nasty things, and want to take my GD away. Her husband is sorry, she abuses him, he's a JOKE, but I say nothing. They now live in a apartment bldg. that had a water heater in the kitch, and no sink in the bathroom, at one point she had put socks in the holes in the wall to keep the mouse getting into her apartment, I couldn't say anything because she would get nasty and threaten to take my GD away. She did not grow up or live in conditions like this. I don't know what I can do, just can not be bullied any longer using my GD and I love this little girl so much. My daughter is a bully Help

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Raye - posted on 05/18/2015

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Your daughter is an adult. If she doesn't accept your advice and chooses to live in squalor, then that is her choice. Yes, it's heartbreaking. But you have to let her live her life. You can't let her drag you down with her.

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Jean - posted on 05/18/2015

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Hi Raye,
Thank you, my sisters have said the same thing about their niece, I'm doing my best to let her live the way she wants and not bring me down with her and her husband. Thanks again

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