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Eltern auf der Intensivstation

  • M. Obladen
Part of the Kliniktaschenbücher book series (KTB)

Zusammenfassung

Die zerstörte Wunschvorstellung vom gesunden Kind führt zu
  • Ablehnung des Kindes [8],

  • Schuldgefühlen (warum habe gerade ich kein gesundes Kind?),

  • Ängsten (besteht Lebensgefahr? Spätfolgen?),

  • Überfürsorglichkeit oder Gleichgültigkeit.

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