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Dear Abby: Neglect still haunts child of recovering addict

1 month ago   |   By Boston Herald

Dear Abby: I'm the mother of a 36-year-old daughter. She claims I treat her younger brothers better than I treat her. I am a recovering addict - clean for 20-plus years. I was in active addiction for nine years when she was a teenager, and she has never let that go. She constantly tells me how “unfair” I am, that I never make time for her and that I don't validate her feelings.
I have apologized many times and tried to show her I don't treat her siblings differently. I schedule “us” time, but this is an ongoing battle, and I'm at a loss about how to fix it. How do I show her there's no...
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