and what's wrong with that? maybe she's a homebody and/or an introvert? if that's the case, then just accept her. introverts prefer solitude. some people are just solitary creatures, you know. i think one of the best things that a parent can do for their children is to try to understand them instead of immediately concluding that something's wrong with them and that it has to be changed. people aren't so simple. try to determine first why your daughter likes to stay at home. maybe she's got some problems (e.g. bullying), if that's the case then you gotta step in. if she stays at home simply because she LIKES to stay at home, much more than going out (such people do exist, and there's nothing wrong with that), then just accept her and let her be, cuz if she IS an introvert and you push her to go outside, force her to be the social butterfly that she is not, then you'd only end up causing more damage to her. in short, gain a better understanding of your daughter first BEFORE you take actions.