My alcoholic daughter must leave home – or I will | Mariella Frostrup


Mariella Frostrup says a father must agree clear boundaries with his wife for their alcohol-addicted daughter – and stick to them

The dilemma I’m a 69-year-old retired engineer with two children; one who lives abroad and seems to be doing well, and the other, my 26-year-old alcoholic daughter.

She appears incapable of holding down a job, is a strain on our resources and frequently goes on binges during which she might fall and get bruised.

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Guardian Lifestyle - Sun, 04 Jun 2017 05:00:14 GMT

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