I have the unfortune of having given birth to a bi-polar daughter who gave us plenty of grief since she is in her early teen age years. After 3 suicidal attempts, 3 psychosis and many attempts to save her, I now had to admit she is also a sociopath and I had to tell her she is no longer welcome at our house. Of course, she shows no remorse and it breaks my heart. She has stolen from us, has shown since childhood no respect for other people's property and change friends as with underwears. I was blinded for years with her lies and manipulations, then blamed myself when she was diagnosed bi-polar as it is genetically given.
Lately, it is obvious she stopped her meds, she lost job, stopped school and lost her place to leave. Out of my good heart, I let her come home, only to find her using our cars at night, using drugs, stealing from us and of course constantly lying. She shows no remorse and my heart already broken times and times over, is still pouring out tears every night. I am a christian but I am torn with my decision of having to kick her out of my life but I need to protect myself and my "liver transplant" candidate of a husband. How can I make peace with this horrible conflict of kicking your own child out of your home. I also spoke very harshly to her, telling her she lost her mother, that she has a black heart bla bla bla etc and now I feel bad. I see from her facebook page that she is planning to leave-without saying good bye and of course non apologetic from stealing from us etc. She is 22, I know she is going to crash again. I am having a hard time making peace with not seeing her again. Does anyone have experienced having to kick out what I now see like a monster out of their lives? I also feel quite horrible I gave birth to such individual who had shown such promises earlier and was my sweetie for so long. She is only 22 and from what I read, her life will be havoc, how can I make peace with this?