Okay, so right now the best thing you can do for your daughter is to be as supportive as possible for her. Try not to focus on the past and the incident with these pills from the Aunt as we cannot change the past. Instead get her focused on things that are happening right now in her life...job, tasks, etc....The pain she is feeling is grief over the loss of the relationship and unfortunately the best thing to "cure" that grief is time. What she is experiencing is completely natural and it will get better, but it will take time. This is why you have to get your daughter to focus on tasks in the "here and now," so that she is not focused on the past and not thinking too much of the future as then she will focus on being hopeless and not finding someone like her boyfriend. Get her to think about the present and try to keep her occupied with pleasurable activities as well to keep her distracted. What you are doing here is allowing her the time for her to naturally overcome this grief, which she will, but it will take a considerable amount of time given how long they were together and the suddenness of the break up.
I know you want to do more for her and take away all her pain, but unfortunately this is going to be something she is going to have to go through and you can only make it slightly easier for her, but it will be emotionally painful and trying for her overall. Just try to be as supportive as you can for her.
I hope this answers your questions and gives you some guidance on this issue. Please let me know if you have any questions or concerns as I am happy to assist and support you regarding this issue.
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