Our expert says:
Try to see her a bit differently - not as a painful reminder of her mother who you have lost, but as a marvellous reminder of her, and a lasting and very real way in which her mother continues to live. You're not a bad father, but maybe you need to see a counsellor to manage better with your grief work, and to be sure that the child, in her own grief, doesn't feel rejected. Celebrate her as a living carrier of her mom's spirit and beauty
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