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Thank you for your question
My name is Clare
I shall do my best to help you but I need some further information first
When are you meant to see the children?
What about the school holidays
Have you seen her since then?
Does her school have any concerns?
What do you wish to achieve at this point
I am sure that you are correct about your ex - and you are also correct in thinking that at this stage the law cannot help you.
A visit to the school is a must so that they can be aware of your concerns and over your daughter more assistance
Many schools actually offer counselling and if the suggestion comes from then it is unlikely that your ex will reject it.
What you can do is equip yourself with all the necessary help in dealing with your daughter to ensure that you are able to walk beside her as she finds her way through the adult emotions that surround her
This web site
may help as may this one
The most important point is for your to stay well physically and mentally - important when there is an abusive ex in the background
My apologies - there was indeed a typographical error - I have a dressing on a finger and it is causing chaos
"A visit to the school is a must so that they can be aware of your concerns and offer your daughter more assistance
Many schools actually offer counselling and if the suggestion comes from the school then it is unlikely that your ex will reject it".