Sadly, we continue to have "stuff" going on here. It is not significant (I suppose), but it can be a little distracting. Fortunately, we've all detached, so these things aren't as draining as they were in the past. Our son moved after graduating from college almost abruptly 3-4 weeks ago. Right before...he was really angry with his sister and things are not "right" between them. Part of the problem was difficult child's alcoholic boyfriend. Since then, she has dumped him. She moved in with an old friend....new, nice apartment. Now there are problems there...it seems to be more the roommate's fault than difficult children...but who cares really...it's melodrama. She does seem to have friends who make really bad choices. Many (almost all) of the Landlords tell us they like difficult child...but don't like her roommates or friends. Now, difficult child tells us she wants to live alone. Her roommate is too "immature." Melodrama...all the time....all the time...melodrama. Wedding... At first son didn't really want difficult child at the wedding. Eveyone is advising him that he will regret it if he doesn't have his sister there. Our current plan is to have a friend drive her there (it is about 4 hours away!!!) Have her go the night before, attend the wedding (it's in the morniing) and then drive back with these people that night. The sad thing is that her interaction with family and friends would be somewhat limited...although many are really just staying for short periods of time...husband and I are staying a little longer. The positive is that it would reduce the chances of melodrama if we get her in and get her out...BUT..she would still be there for the wedding...in its entirety. How do we keep the melodrama down with difficult child? IF she messes up (and you know what I mean) in my humble opinion, this would end it permanently with her brother. Any advice?