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Date: Thu, 28 Oct 2004 17:24:42 +0200
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My daughter has a problem stealing,lieing and cheating. She is angry with me all the time and tries to make me feel guilty for different things. I don't feel comfortable helping her anymore so she says I am not supportive of her. I do help with my grandchild and will continue to do so. I don't know how to help her. I have not confronted her on all the lies or her private life deception, or stealing from family. The lies may be very minor but still lies. What should I do? My whole life has revolved around my kids and it is very hard to imagine I would go through this with any of them.
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From: Gunborg Palme - Leg psykolog - Leg psykoterapeut - Telefon 08-664 60 92
Date: Thu, 28 Oct 2004 18:37:29 +0200
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Your grandchild really needs you, so that you can teach her what is right. Make it clear to your daughter that you only want what is best for her but that you do not approve of her stealing and lying. Try to have a dialogue with her. Appologize to her if you have done somthing wrong but do not take the blame for everything. Your daughter needs to learn to take responsibility for herself and not come up with excuses for everything. Do not ask her over if she takes your things. The symptoms that your daughter displays are common in antisocial personality disorders.



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