That sounds so frustrating! I'm sorry to hear you're going through such a rough time.Breast milk is still all your daughter really NEEDS, nutritionally. My mom breastfed me and all my siblings exclusively until our first birthdays (on her doctor's advice), and in many cultures around the world they breastfeed for much longer. It may be difficult and not very fun for you, but she won't starve. Your doctor's advice is good. (Your baby may also be slowing down in the rate she gains weight, which is totally normal -- if she starts LOSING weight instead of gaining more quickly, you would want to bring it up again with the doctor.)I think what I'd try to do is take care of the night feedings first, because it's probably really tough for you to handle her during the day without getting enough rest. Breastfeed on-demand during the day and maybe try to "top her off" before putting her down at night, and gradually taper off the amount of time you spend breastfeeding at night. She should naturally adjust to eating more during the day, when more is available.She's probably also getting cues from you with how upset you get at mealtimes -- and may enjoy the attention (even negative attention) as you try to cajole something into her. Try offering food cheerfully. If she ignores it, fine -- don't make a big fuss. If she takes it, you can reward with praise and extra attention. I know it's hard not to worry, but babies really are hard-wired to survive -- she won't starve. Just make sure that she has healthy options to eat and try not to make it a battleground. Good luck!