I feel like I should follow up and say something once I have my thoughts in order, but maybe it's best to stay out of it.
I know this is trite in the grand scheme of all we go through with our loved ones in addiction. But is part of recovery learning how to deal with having that honest and trusting relationship again?
I had a similar experience with my son and his GF last weekend.
Our son's gf mentioned his horrible sleep patterns. The conversation escalated to more personal detail. I put my hand over my ears and said "Too much information!"--they laughed. I blushed.
We changed the subject--honesty is one thing--but personal & intimate details do not need to be shared with parents.
When my other son and his wife were separated and later divorced, I did not need the details of what caused the split. I supported our son, and unlike I am prone to do with his addict brother, I did not ask 100s of question. It was private and painful time in his life (and ours too as parents and in-laws).TMI...TMI...TMI
..while we do not give advice here, I will say the image of the three monkeys comes to mind: Hands over eyes, mouth and ears is sometimes the best course of action.