Having your child immunized against crippling or deadly preventable diseases is very important. Vaccinations protect people against catching viral infections that can devastate a family, and doctors recommend a schedule of immunization for all children. During the early months, babies receive their vaccinations with nearly no complaint, and the slight, temporary pain of the needle’s prick causes hardly any discomfort. However, as a child grows, sometimes so do their fears, and having your child immunized when they begin to be more aware of situations and are of age to protest can turn into quite a struggle. If you are a parent of a child who has developed a fear of vaccinations, you need to help them deal with their emotions while still making sure they are protected against deadly diseases.