A mother brings her 9-year-old daughter to the physician who has been caring for the family for the past 10 years. The mother reports that over the past 2 weeks, the child has been urinating frequently and complaining of pain on urination. She notes that 2 months ago, the child showed the same symptoms. The physician observes that, while formerly friendly and outgoing, the child now seems sad and will not make eye contact with him. The mother also states that since she remarried 5 months ago, the child has been doing poorly in school. The most likely explanation for this clinical picture is that the child (A) is angry that her mother remarried (B) is complaining to gain attention from her mother (C) is being sexually abused by the mother’s new husband (D) is complaining to avoid school (E) is complaining to explain her school problems

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