Hello. I am happy to have found this site. I have a 39 year old daughter whom I have recently thrown out of my life. She has some mental disorder, although never diagnosed, she exhibits signs of bi-polar, perhaps narcissistic disorder, borderline and PTSD, I don't know, what I do know is something is seriously wrong and it has eaten up huge chunks of my life. She is unmanageable, living in her car, unwilling to get help, admit she has a problem or change in any way. I am raising her daughter who is 15. It's been a very long road to get here, much pain and sorrow, the loss of hope and she is never aware of the pain and suffering she leaves in her wake. I am wondering how others deal with letting go of their adult children who wreck havoc in their families lives and can only focus on their own warped and destructive world. I am feeling some peace now that the decision has been made, and in many ways, there seems simply more space in my world, space formerly occupied by the drama and intensity and constant problems my daughter created. I imagine as time goes by, the space will grow and my life will improve in ways I can't imagine right now since the wound is still so new. I've been dealing with my daughters life drama for 20 years and I, at 62 years old, need to move away from all of this and concentrate on my granddaughter, my fiancee and my own life. If anyone has any advice, ideas or their own story to share, I would appreciate any input you all may be willing to share. I already feel the empathy and support from an earlier post, which as you all may understand, is quite an amazing experience, to have others "get" what I am talking about.