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Kevin's answer is great. (I don't have enough 'points' to upvote or comment.) I would vote for family therapy, starting with the writer (because you can only control your OWN behavior. You can't make anyone else go.) When there's a desperate problem in the family, like alcoholism, abuse, violent fighting or untreated mental illness, kids often act out, and ...


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I would like to spread out Kevin's answer a little bit more. Yes your daughter is an adult now and forcing her to go to therapy will only make her feel like she is more right than you, and yes, you going to therapy will help as well, however I would leave her alone and let her do her own thing. She is an adult now and she will make her own decisions whether ...


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I think your question, as worded, is too broad and will likely get closed. However, I will give my 2 cents as kindly as possible. First, your daughter is now an adult. You cannot force her to go to therapy. And the more you try to force her, the less likely she is to be willing to go and the less likely therapy will be effective if she does unwillingly go....


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