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Ambivalent attached children feel the need to please their parents

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Ambivalent attached children feel the need to please their parents.
asked Jan 09 '12 at 04:05 Tami Harris New member

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The use of the adjectives "ambivalent" and "attached" are too vague.  Do you mean "shy and diffident" or "insecure and clingy" or, perhaps, you want to say:

 

Introverted and reserved children feel the need to please their parents.

link comment answered Jan 10 '12 at 18:14 Shaila Fernandes Expert
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Should a comma be placed between "ambivalent" and "attached"? SN: Did I place my "?" in the proper place? lol

link comment answered Jan 10 '12 at 18:46 Glo Go New member
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Should be "ambivalently attached"     

link comment answered Jan 10 '12 at 20:24 Laura Kavesh New member
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Sentence, not sentece

link comment answered Jan 10 '12 at 22:55 Samuel P Bennett New member
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"Wrong" and "Sentence" are spelt incorrectly.

link comment answered Jan 18 '12 at 04:35 Synnöve Eriksson New member

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