My husband and I are so tired. Thankfully we went to the counsellor the other day. It helps. But now everything is pretty locked down here, and there's not many places to go or things to do. And our Difficult Child daughter is rearing up. Before C19 hit here we enforced a 2 day per week (plus our one family meal day) for her to visit. Start small and work up. She hated it, and has cursed us ever since. Since we have custody of her child, she wants and open-door policy, but it can't happen. She just got off a 3-day training this week, but due to the outbreak, is not working. So she, again, feels alienated and says she should be here with her child as much as possible. I can't say I don't feel for her. But I also can't say that --after finally setting and enforcing a boundary-- we are ready to cave and go into "emergency mode." She thrives on emergency mode. Drama. But it makes my heart even heavier. I have to remind myself if she would have kept a job and got responsible months ago (like she promised), she'd be in a totally different position. Is anyone facing similar issues - Difficult Child want to move in (or have)?