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Hailey's parents spend a lot of time in bed (Mustillo, Dorsey et al., 2011).
They do not make her go to school or take her on play dates (Dale 2009).
Sometimes they forget to feed her.
As a result of not going to school, Hailey does not learn how to read like the other children (Erickson et al., 1989).
Why am I so dumb? I hate myself (Toth, Cicchetti et al., 1997).
Hailey is also physically smaller than the other kids and rarely plays with them on the playground (Erickson and Egeland 1996).
Into her 20s, Hailey stays physically small and continues to have trouble reading. This impedes her ability to get a good job. She blames herself... (Perez and Widom 1994)
I understand, thank you for your time.
Well we really need someone with the educational skills of at least year 12.
Hailey ends up using alcohol to block out her stressful adult life and often goes days without talking to anyone (Johnson, Smailes et al., 2000 and Minh, Matheson et al., 2013).
I'm just dumb, no one will ever hire me. No one cares. What's the point?
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