Our expert says:
THis is really up to her counsellor to work on, as nobody can help as remotely as I am here. She spounds as though she is dtermined to ignore the reality and believe, aainst the evidence, that he will return to her. He of course has behaved atrociously, and the other girl is a fool if she expects to be treated any better by him, but that's beside the point, except to remember to eventually go to the maintenance court and ensure that he has to pay full maintenance for the child, both for the child's sake, and for him to learn that iresponsible behaviour has consequences. If you are concerned that she is not improving, speak to her counsellor directly, and he/she should have some advice for you, based on what he has been working on with your daughter, to help you assist the process
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