Our expert says:
Divorcing parents can forget that a arrangement agreeable to both of them may just not make sense to the child, who might prefer to settle with one or other parent. Its not entirely clear from your message, but sounds as though the arrangement created no bother for her at first, for some time, but NOW bothers her - and one wonders why this has changed.
IF you were excessively overbearing and controlling, one would expect the child to enjoy being away from that, rather than cling and ask for more of it. And as you say, she'd be bothered about going to anyone else, not only her father.
Lie Maria, I think it'd be re-assuring for her to see a good local child psychologist for a proper assessment to seek to understand this better
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