posted on Nov, 18 2013 @ 09:00 AM
reply to post by cody599
I'm not a father, so I can't advice you much from a parental perspective.
I do understand a few things about relationships and people though, and that is people tend to sometimes act very emotionally from the moment without
really considering the future implications of their actions. And emotions can change from one end to another within moments, especially when we deal
with family (just remember how you used swift from hating to loving YOUR parents).
That means, "never wanna see you again" is what she is currently
feeling. It is a temporary emotion, derived from a moment of
anger/frustration/etc. It doesn't mean she really doesn't wanna see you again, even if she said so and really meant it, things are always changing
and i'm sure she will feel she misses her real biological father and would like to get to know him better, if not now than in the future (17 is
really a difficult age, full of dramas too).
So please try to be patient with this, and feel when is your chances to get closer to her.
And if you feel like you wish to do something about it now, fly out to her. Even for a few days, try to get involved and take care of her. Be around
her and support her with everything you can, show her your love to her and that you care for her. And even if she wouldn't accept it, deep inside in
her subconscious mind she will know you were trying hard and that you love her, she will appreciate it one day and would like to get in touch with you
My 0.02$, I hope things would work out for you and your daughter! best of luck!