Specific causes of parental anxiety - hospitalization, Biology

Specific Causes of Parental Anxiety 

Some of the factors  that increase  their anxiety include following: 

1)  Fear of the strange environment in the hospital 

2)  Fear of separation  from the child and fear that the nurses are able to do so much, they may take the child's love from them 

3)  Fear of the unknown and what will happen to the child immediately and in the future 

4)  Fear that the child will suffer 

5)  Fear that the condition  is infectious and may spread to other members of the family 

6)  Fear of unbearable financial obligations incurred through the  illness 

7)  Fear that society will look upon the  illness as a reflection of something wrong with the Parents 

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