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I suggest you read about Borderline Personality Disorder to learn appropriate interventions and responses to the borderline person when they become angry at you for no reason. There is an excellent book called STOP WALKING ON EGGSHELLS, which you can get at Amazon.com or any bookstore.
For the time being, however, you must not try to defend yourself. People with BPD act on their perceptions, not necessarily the truth, and they will not change those perceptions when challenged. In fact, even though it is counterintuitive, the best way to respond to them is with validation. Example: say something like "I can tell you are really angry at me. I must have done something really bad to you." Then you must be willing to listen to the diatribe that will surely come without--repeat without
trying to set them straight or change their mind. You must just continue to agree that whatever they think you did
was terrible and then ask them what you can do to regain their trust.
Not too many people can do this. Most of us really want to set the record straight and mount a defense, which is the worst thing you can do. If you think you will have difficulty with this policy, please read the book before you contact your daughter. Trying to fix things will only make them worse. Only after you are sure you can stay calm and listen to whatever she has to say, should you reach out and try to contact her. You need to start with an apology, tell her you want a relationship with her and let her vent to you.
This is difficult, but not impossible. Just make sure you have done your homework beforehand. I wish you the best.