Not fully, but enough to be alone for weeks to months to maybe years, but don't leave her alone for more than a few weeks.
Don't give her therapy (if you haven't already), it will just freak her out. I suggest slowly getting her use to being alone just gradualy let her be alone more and more and after each time ask her if she felt as scared as she was before. If it was more then let her be alone less if she matures a little bit more (with her being scared) move back into gradualy being alone. If she is less afraid then let her be alone a little bit longer and make the process a little bit faster, if gets scared go back on the time till she is ready, like before, then she will ease out of it.
Thanks a lot for taking the time to read my questions and post responses. I really apprecieate it, but I dont feel I have dont enough going back to her and telling her she will feel better when she is older, Perhaps I will look into counciling, or talk to my doctor. definately some more research.
Thanks for your help and support
I agree with venustiana, when i was young i went through a lot of loss similar to the story you tell about your daughter and i was terrified about being alone, i wouldn't even be on a floor of the house by myself without being scared. After a few years, more traumatic experiences and a more mature understanding the fear subsided. Give her time, she will understand eventually, counseling might be a good idea for her, either way, I'm sure she will grow out of it.
I think is normal that she feels that way after all she has been through. My guess is that she is scared that something bad is going to happen again. After all, she has lost few people that she loves. You might want to get some counseling for her. This is too hard for a child to deal with on her own. And I commend you for been such a good dad and care about her well being.
You have misunderstood jdtm, I never said at any point she is Home alone. Just being alone. It could be being in her room whilst her mum is in the garden, or leaving her friends house and walking down the street to her home, any number of places where she might be alone for a very short period of time that an other child would be perfectly fine with my daughter gets scared.
Your daughter is 10 years old. What is she doing "home alone"? I hope I have misunderstood this posting .....