My daughter is taking drugs and goes crazy when we try to talk to her about it

DEAR DEIDRE: MY daughter is taking drugs but she just flips out every time I try to speak to her.

She is 42 and my granddaughters are 18 and 22.


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In the past she has done drugs and I found amphetamines in her fridge.

She swore she wasn’t ­taking them but she’s lost masses of weight and is skin and bone.

Her sister says she is depressed.

She has been off work again recently and I am worried sick about her catching coronavirus.

I am 63 and I keep trying to reach out. I called round recently but she didn’t answer the door.

My youngest granddaughter keeps me informed about how she is doing but she says her mum doesn’t really want to speak to her right now.

DEIDRE SAYS: It is damaging for your granddaughters to be living with their mum’s addiction.

Simple gestures such as taking round home-cooked food will help them feel cherished.

You can all find support and guidance through We Are With You (wearewithyou.org.uk).

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