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Separation anxiety

protest (later infancy) cries & screams
protest (later infancy) searches for parent with eyes
protest (later infancy) clings to parent
protest (later infancy) avoids and rejects contact with strangers
protest (toddler) verbally and physically attack strangers
protest (toddler) attempts to escape to find parent
protest (toddler) behaviors possibly lasting hours to days. protests ceasing only with physical exhaustion
despair inactive, withdrawn from others
despair depressed, sad, uninterested n environment
despair uncommunicative
despair regresses to earlier behaviors
despair physical condition deteriorating form refusal to eat, drink, or move
detachment shows increased interest in surroundings
detachment interacts with strangers or familiar caregivers
detachment forms new but superficial relationships
detachment appears happy; behaviors representative of a superficial adjustment to loss
detachment occurring usually after prolonged separation form parent, rarely seen in hospitalized children
Created by: apriltrenary