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When ideally should parents first communicate their expectations? A.) Expectations don't need to be communicated; they should be apparent B.) At the time of the behavior C.) After the consequence D.) Before the behavior starts or the child is in the situation

Rodney Fox

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Craig Stewart on January 23, 2019

Parents should ideally first communicate their expectations before the behavior starts or the child is in the situation. Listening and speaking is the key to a healthy relationship between you and your children. But parenting is hard work and maintaining a good connection with teens can be a challenge, especially because the parents are trying to with many other pressures. If you are having problems over an extended period of time, you may want to consider consulting with a mental health professional to find out how you can help. The correct answer among all the options that gives us is the last election or letter of D. I hope this answer has satisfied your query, and you will be able to assist you in your effort, and if you like, feel free to to ask another question.

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