My divorce was finalized in febuary. since then my oldest daughter has moved in with me, she has been here for about four months, i wanted to make sure she wanted to live with me so i did not pursue custody of her until i tried to enroll her in school and found out since the school does not have open enrollment, that they would take her out in 30 days if i didnt have full custody. she has a 4.0 grade point average and was very active in her old school but is having trouble adjusting to her new school and is having trouble making friends which in the past this has never been a problem. My problem is my daughter is very angry with her mother and has had a really hard time forgiving her mom for the divorce, but what i am having trouble with is i want to do whats best for my daughter and im not sure if the way she is acting is normal, and i still wonder if she wasnt so mad at her mom if she would have stayed with her and the other children.
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