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Hi! She is sooooo cute!!
I think the handling thing is something you will just need to work with her on. I would recommend picked her up at least once a day, and petting her until she calms down while you are holding her so that she can understand that being held is not a scary thing. Also feed her some treats while you are holding her so she associated being held with TREATS!