From what you have said it seems likely your daughter is in a depression. By its very nature, depression ruins chances and opportunities, and requires medication to be lifted. Depression is a term we all use loosely, but a true depression changes the chemical balance in the brain and requires medication to correct it. As a first step, perhaps you could take her to see a psychologist to determine the root cause of her depression (a GP will be able to prescribe the anti-depressant). Once this is under control, further investigation might be needed to understand why your daughter has not succeeded at her relevant courses, as well as why she has difficulty pronouncing certain words. A speech therapist may be able to assist to correct this. I wish you all the success in the future.
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