Lindsey is a 24 year-old actress. She has been famous since she was eight, when she starred in her first movie. Since that time she has been busy working on movies, doing interviews, and all of the other obligations that come with being a famous actress.
Lindsey never got to experience a normal childhood. For instance, she never went to school or to dances. At 24, Lindsey realizes that she didn't have what she considers a childhood, so she decides to go out and rebel. She does burns herself out and ends up in a rehabilitation program.
While in rehab, Lindsey talks to a psychologist, who uses the Humanist perspective to tell her the reason she rebelled was because she was lacking what?