The correct answer is uncertainty.
The correct answer is (B) Uncertainty; indecision; having conflicting feelings or attitudes about something; the inability to choose between two opposite things. The condition in which one has both positive and negative feelings simultaneously toward a particular action, person, or object or action.
Ambivalence comes from Latin ambi- (both sides) + valere (be worth).
Examples of use:
- Before parting with her boy friend, she experienced feelings of ambivalence.
- He suffered no ambivalence as he left home to make his way in the world.