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smitha.azariah

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Families and care providers conflict with each other because their opinions differ from each other.
Common reasons for conflict include:

• Lack of time and few opportunities for communication

• Lack of understanding and appreciation of backgrounds, (culture, education, communication style, job status, income, class, race, religion, language, etc.)

• Differences in values and views of children

• Mismatch in modes of communication
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Seattle206

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Families and caregivers conflict with each other because opinions and beliefs are not always the same across the board. Lack of communication or diffrent communication styles, what someone believes and how the parent themself and the caregiver themselves were brought up can also affect this as well.
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