and sort things out, she hit the ceiling and told me I was the one who needs therapy. Then she brought up my flaws and my past drinking problem. Granted, I have made mistakes, and I’m not perfect, but I’ve learned and grown.
After 10 years she divorced her husband. She got custody of the kids and the house.
Dear Dad: I would look back and examine all the things I did to foster her behavior. An example would be paying for her divorce.
Then I would stop doing them and not resume until she agreed to consult a psychotherapist about her mood swings.
Don’t do it for her or for yourself.
Do it for the sake of your grandchildren.