pellmell I’m being serious now, if that’s really her ( I have no clue) she does look crazy, she actually has the look of an addict, which is sad. I don’t know what her issue is, but here’s what I do know.
THOSE WHO NEED ANOTHER, ARE NO GOOD FOR THOSE WHO NEED SOMETHING. I see this in my own world. I have a family member, married to an addict, she would have been gone before it became a family issue if I were involved, but his desire for approval/company left a void she could fill and he provided an income and attention she needed... years down the road, he’s still providing and she’s found love with anything to numb the pain of a meaningless existence ( in her mind). Leaving a 5 year old child in the middle. Personally, I can’t comment in a public forum of my preferred approach or Meuller would be on my door step, but it’s sad to watch. I’m a supporter of Elsa, “let it go!”, but with addicts in both sides ( only one recognized as a “bad” type), it’s hard to see a healthy result.