What do you do when your twenty two year old child refuses to take responsibility for herself? What do you do when she takes advantage of you, uses you, and manipulates you because she knows you are willing to give her yet another chance to get herself pulled together? What do you do when she refuses to get a job and sits around all day long talking on the phone, playing Facebook games, and smoking pack after pack after pack of Camel Menthol Silvers? What do you do when she hoards half of the dishes from the kitchen in her room and on the balcony in spite of the times that you've asked her politely, and not so politely, to keep the dishes in the kitchen? What do you do when you discover that she packs her backpack with those dirty dishes in hopes of hiding them from you? What do you do when she refuses to take part in family activities, such as dinner? What do you do when, after weeks of suspecting it, find out without a doubt that she has been stealing money--hundreds of dollars--from your wallet and your desk? What do you do when this kind of behavior has been going on for ten years, when she's dragged you and the rest of the family to hell and back over and over and over again? What do you do when she tells you that she is moving to Kentucky to live with a man who is five months older than you, that she met online, but hasn't actually met in person?
You let her. That's what you do.