Came from a nasty divorce and is the only child. Very clingy to her father and must be invluded in every conversation, even if the topic is foriegn or not of interents.
Answer by feesharose at 5:21 PM on Dec. 16, 2008
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Answer by AmaliaD at 9:09 PM on Dec. 16, 2008
This is your husbands daughter who is going through a very difficult time. She may be feeling that you are taking her father away from her. Why don't you start involving her making her feel wanted and welcomed by you. Keep in mind this is your husbands daughter who will always be a part of his life. There is a special bond between fathers and daughters. Try to understand his daughter just wants to feel involved. You need to remember your the adult and she is the child. Let her know you are not replacing her mother and never speek poorly of her mother to her. Ask her what you can do to help her get along with you. Good :Luck
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