child development

If a child is unable to connect to others because her parents do not show her love and acceptance what would be the appropriate solution for this situation?




A. Change adult expectations.


B. Help the child get her needs met.


C. Get outside help.


D. Use related consequences.

I think its A ?

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  1. Which adults' expectations would you change? To what? How?

    B would be optimal, but can you control the amount of love and acceptance her parents demonstrate?

    C implies getting a child psychiatrist or psychologist involved ... to help whom? The parents? The child? The parents and the child?

    D -- what?

    I find all these answer choices far too vague to be of any help to anyone involved.

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