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I dont have a lot of experience with this personally but i have read many articles. Most say you should try to ask her why she is acting that way if its really seroius. If not and your a more lenient caregiver she may be pushing your buttons in want to test bounderies. You can try having her write a diary talking about her feelings when she feels this way and ask her to take a picture of it and send it to you so you can get the just of her emotions. And sometimes you may not be able to deal with this through text alone. You may need to call or video chat with her. Many may say to punish her aswell but all depending on where this is actually steming from you may do more harm than good for your realationship. I believe you should try to understand the situation along with the reason behind her attitude change.

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