How do i approach this situation with my girlfriend

The past 2 nights she’s spent the night at my mother’s house we noticed missing Xanax.

While I don’t doubt she truly likes me, I don’t want to be dating someone who thinks it’s OK to steal from my mother. And she’s basically calling us a fool.

What should do next? I know I need to talk to her but how I do bring it up before Valentines? It will be our 6 months together as well.

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  • Leave her

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  • Dump that thieving skank! Don't think twice about her feelings. The feelings of thieves don't really matter.

    Also you could, if you wanted to fuck with her sorry ass, get a little nanny cam, and leave some xanax where she can get caught on video stealing it. Then just dump her without explanation, and when she asks why send her the link to the video on YouTube. 🤓

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    • Ohhh sneaky and smart I like it.

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    • I call her and told her I truly hope it’s a misunderstanding but after the past 2 times you spent the night my mother has noticed missing Xanax pills.

      She was silent the most part and said it seemed like I was breaking up with her. I told her I truly don’t want to, but I need honesty. The conversation ended rather emotionally.

      I texted her this morning if she wants to talk more and I haven’t heard back.

      I truly want to believe this is just a horrible misunderstanding, but I don’t know how Xanax go missing after somebody spends the night.

      She hasn’t been able to get a job either. She got fired from a job she worked for a week after the manager told her she was too take off too for too many sick days, but they made her take those sick days.

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      • Yeah, she's abusing pills. Since she's stealing Xanax from your mother, Xanax abuse can lead to a person appearing sick, which makes sense that she can't keep a job or sent home due to illness.

        I'm sorry man, you're dating a pill addict. Until she can admit to herself that she has a problem, she wont stop depending on the drugs. You can love her as much as you want, but pulling someone out of drug use with habits so bad that they would steal from others will be a huge battle that no one should be involved in. You got to let her go as a partner, but you can keep her as a friend to check-in if you want.

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        • I still don’t want it to be true, but there’s too many fishy things going on.

          I haven’t heard from her today and I don’t know if I will again.

          Not easy, but she’s broken my trust.

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      • She seems like a very flaky person at best, and still a thief at worst. Obviously, she knows what she did. Did she at least admit to it, and apologize? Well, regardless an apology is not enough to merit acceptance, or reconciliation, forgiveness perhaps, but certainly not reconciliation. I hate to say this, but I certainly wouldn't believe anything she has to say about her work situation, or much of anything else, because what we do know for a fact is that she's a thief. She rather sounds like she's mentally ill, and probably a substance abuser. If not a substance abuser, she's still a thief, and a thief is someone who cannot be trusted.

        I'm sorry for all of my redundancy, but what you need, and what every decent person needs is someone who is honest, and we all know liars, cheaters and thieves are the opposite of honesty.

        I personally think you did the right thing there, my man, and although it may hurt you, you and your mother are certainly better off without her! You deserve a decent, honest person who doesn't steal from you, or your family, or friends. I wish you all the best!

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        • She didn’t admit origanally; she called days later to say she did.

          She took 30 in 6 days...

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  • Not only she's stealing from your mother, but she's hooked on pills. You got to leave her or you'll end up supporting an addict you can't bring around your family.

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    • Well I know it’s old and you probably don’t care.

      So we went out to eat one last time. She rarely spoke or made eye contact. She was even writing on paper at one point. All I could see was that she dosen’t even know why she came. (How mature, writing on paper!)

      It’s officially. I wanted to give her one more chance, but I’m not being with childish, remorseless thief.

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      • No worries, I care.

        It's nice you gave her one more shot, because it's good to be sure. Yeah, it's clear she knew what she did, and isn't trying to make things better; you don't need that in your life.

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  • suck if she wasn't stealing it. xanax fucks wid ya memory so ya mum could have forgot.

    But yea, if she is stealing get rid of her.

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  • Dump her.

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    • It’s hard, but I think it’s the best situation. This is the second and I don’t want her thinking it’s OK to steal from my family.

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      • Exactly! Also drug addicts can be a real burden. I have cousins who are addicts and they ruin the mental state of everyone that tries to help them. Don't let yourself become an empty husk.

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  • tell her

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