DEAR DEIDRE: MY daughter is happy at my house but cries when I pick her up from her mum.
I wonder if I am doing the right thing in making her come. She is four.
I am 33 and left when she was a baby but try to help her mum, although she has been awkward since I started living with my partner and her two-year-old son.
My daughter comes for tea once a week and stays over every other weekend.
She has a great time but when I collect her says she hates coming – and my girlfriend’s son.
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Loving contact with you is key for her emotional development.
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She might be picking up negative messages from her mum.
Make sure you have one-to-one time with her and find support through Families Need Fathers (fnf.org.uk, 0300 0300 363).
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