David nodded along with what Rhiannon was saying. Those measures would make him feel a lot better about things too, a bit more secure for Addy's safety. Rhiannon had told him what Addy was like as a teenager. That and the new diagnosis certainly allowed for reckless behaviour. Looking at his daughter now, though, he only saw a tired, hurting young woman. It was tough having to be so strict, but it really was for the best.
"It'll be nice to be close to your brother," he said. "I think you will need the support. He knows to watch out for you too. And Addy, anything you need, if you're feeling off or anything, we're here for you. Please, please talk to us, about anything. You don't have to feel ashamed or embarrassed. We love you just the way you are."