Me and my husband(my daughter's father)recently got married and moved to georgia where he is from. My daughter who is 5 had to switch school's and move away from the family shes been around all her life, my mom and stepdad. She says she dont like her new school cause no one will be here friend cause she is white. She is the only white kid in her class. Then lately she's been crying for no reason saying how she misses her grandma, papa and ninny(my sister) who she is really close to all of them and never been away from them. I moved her down here so we could all have a better life together but it seem's like she is depressed now that we are here. I dont know how to help her cause she wont talk about it, all she does is cry when I bring it up. And everytime she talks to them on the phone she get's upset and asks when is she going back to her other home. I dont know what to do or say, and I cant get mad cause I understand she is upset about being away from her family. Im also homesick but I just cant pack up and move back home cause she is homesick. Any idea's on how to help her get throught this difficult change in her life and how to get her to open up to me about it? Im open for any idea's. Thanks to all who reply.
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