Our expert says:
How well you have managed in very difficult circumstances ! Choose a calm time for a chat with her, to explore her concerns and re-assure her. Often kids thionk it is somehow THEIR fault when a divorced or even still married parent ignores them, and they need to be assured of this - sadly, it's a problem her dad has, that he isn't very good at being loving, and hat it is in no way her fault that he is, sadly, missing our on all the pleasures of loving her and being with her.
Its a pity the court gave up too easily ( he surely lives somewhere and works somewhere ? )
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