Without knowing how long your daughter has had this sadness. Without knowing any happening in her life that may have caused it, without knowing what age your daughter is, it is difficult to give you the best advice for her particular problem. There are so many reasons for such upsets.
Being bullied at work... loss of a loving relationship... sexual abuse - etc.
t's also important to recognize that the cause may be related to other things, such as a physical illness, the effects of medications, or stress. A trained professional will help in assessing such things.
To be at a stage of crying every day over a long period of time I see as requiring some actioning rather then just being there for your daughter. She needs to talk to someone, and sort out what is going on inside her before it escalates to a mental health problem (if it hasn't already) and it becomes more difficult to release. The first stop would be a GP to get an assessment who can then refer her for appropriate help.
If she doesn't want to do this, [as she might not want to talk face-to-face about her problem], then persuade her to contact online help such as The Black Dog Institute or the Salvo Help Line.
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