Our expert says:
Divorce support expert
Any successful relationship is based on the principles that there is mutual respect, good communication, trust and dependability.
If a relationship is taking strain because of outside influence, such as family interference or/and a lack of interest in the others feelings, it will be a very challenging relationship. When you find yourself putting more energy in trying than just simply enjoying yourselves together you should acknowledge that there maybe a problem that cannot be resolved.
However your husband sounds like he wants to have a relationship with your daughter which is something you should be grateful for and asking to see her more is not unreasonable. Your separation is not your daughter's separation and she has a right to have a relationship with both her parents. It would be recommended that you do address the quality of your communication for the sake of your future relationship as co-parents.
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