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... their whole life. They might have very bad anger problems or even have no idea what is even going on in this new world they are stepping into. Having any of those attitudes makes it very hard for the child to survive, and some have even died due to such drastic changes in such a short period of their lives. Rapunzel is very different from an average person who would experience this situation. She is very positive and willing to put in effort to learn how to develop the skills she has been hidden from the majority of her life. While what we have learned in child development somewhat applies to Tangled, it is very different of the behaviors that these types of children really express in life. The major difference from a real case like Genie, and an animated case like Rapunzel’s is nature and nurture. As you can see they play a huge role in the way a child develops.
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