You have a problem, I have a problem. Everyone has a problem. But on our quest to a solution, it is best to tread carefully so as to not step on anyone else. We may have patch up our problem but new ones can arise just by making the wrong decision.
They said that having a child on its terrible two's is like a prequel to having a teenager. The constantly strive for independence and would negate almost everything you say to them. As early as now I learned that I really can't make my daughter do what I want her to do but instead I learned that I can only guide her and be there for her when she makes a mistake (or in her case get a boo boo) or make her understand why she can't do something she wants to (like she will get a boooboo if she touch an electrical outlet, although they still wont listen). Children will do what they want to do and I just have to accept that fact in order for us to have a relationship without any resentments.
You can only truly move on if you are at peace. You can choose to ignore it, but there will come a point in time when it will haunt you. You can either face it or walk away with uncertainty.
That's it for now. I will probably do microblogs for now while I sort things out.