Y'all know I have had issues with my teen girl to the point she moved in with her dad (she purposely made my life hell to get there, for y'all new comers). Well, the joys of packing and digging every little thing out... I came across a nice english report she did. Well, with it I also came across a bottle of missing Xanax, that I did not even know was missing. I thought my pills were going faster than I was taking them but I figured it was in my head... It was in the TOY box with her report and various crap that was left behind and I was going through just incase the kids over looked something. I have NEVER had my pills in the kids rooms, I have never even had my pills upstairs. She is the only kid that was a trouble maker and had failing grades start up. All the others are in honors classses and impress those who meet them and their teachers, and well the other one is only 3 so I doubt it is her. Someone took my Xanax, a mild tranq. These were 1/2 mg pills. Could my teen girl taking this had been causing this and her recent "disillusioned" behavior and thoughts of home (Like saying in a paper diary maggots were coming out of the floor I just found the other day)? Did I just screw up and send a druggie to her dad thinking she was just being a brat last month? I am going to call to inform the bastard, but I know he will blow me off but he needs to be informed any way. I just really need to know if all the crap she was doing was charateristic of someone taking traqulizer that did not NEED it? And lord if she was doing that no telling what the hell was going on under my nose. Yes, I know it just never stops with me and her (drama drama drama). But I don't want her on drugs because now I really feel like shit for not seeing it if this is the case. I HATE PACKING!!!! You find shit you don't want to then! But the truck should be loaded tonight, almost done. Hubs is napping. Thanks for any info y'all can give me, I know as long as I have taken the shit I should know what it does, but I know the effects on people who need it with PTSD, not teens.