Since my 19 year old daughter walked out in early August her mail has been pileing up here. She hasn't called home and the one time she answered a text I sent her she said she was ok but choose not to talk to me. I haven't called her at all but I've tried sending her e-cards so I'd see if she read them but neither of them have been picked up. Two days ago I got a letter from the post office that she has put in a change of address. I'm undecided on what I should do with her mail including car insurance papers etc. I'd like some advice. Should I now throw all the mail except ads into a mailbox assuming it will be forwarded to her or should I just keep it here and wait for her to call about it or not? husband thinks we should throw it in a mail box but I think maybe she should take responsibility for arranging a way to pick it up or suffer the consequences of no car insurance or valid registration. I'm still very sad over everything. She has "new" friends from what I can find out and they aren't better than her old ones that's for sure. She isn't working so she's spending all the insurance settlement money she got in July. She quit her long time job at a pizza restaurant because 10 miles was too far to drive her new car to work. She and a girl she met the end of July have an apartment but I don't know where and I know absolutely nothing about this roommate. We feel that she either is using drugs or has serious problems but she won't talk to us or anyone else about this. She's told her older brother that she'll never be rich like the people she sees on MTV so why bother trying. I seriously think she feels the people she sees on My super sweet 16 and shows like this are the norm and she has been cheated with parents who can't spent 100's of thousands of dollars on her birthdays. I think I mentioned before she's adopted and I think the jokes she's made about how she should have been adopted by some rich family and been an only child weren't jokes but what she truely thinks she deserves.