Corlaine travels to another dimension via a secret passageway to spend time with her "other mother"
While in the other dimension, the "other mother" becomes obsessive over Coraline and wants to give her button eyes to keep her in the other dimension forever
In the other dimension, Corlaine's "other parents" celebrate her arrival and give her everything that she has ever wanted. This other dimension is complete opposite from her real life, and she enjoys it so much better than her real family and real world
We work all the time, and barely see out daughter.
As Coraline is visiting her "other family" in the other dimension, she does not realize how hard her parents are working to provide for her.
You WILL stay here forever with us! Don't you like us? Isn't this life better than your old life?
No! I want to go home to my REAL parents!
This shows an internal conflict that Coraline has with herself because she has to choose which world she has to live in. This is an example of the Man vs. Self statement.
If I stay with my "other mother" I could have everything that I ever wanted, but I won't be able to see my real family again. I don't know which to choose.
In the end, Coraline chooses to stay with her real family and learns to be grateful for what she has.
We're so glad you're home! We love and missed you!