Realistic Expectations

"Expectations" refers to a person's perceptions of the likelihood or probability of outcomes for each option, which may also include "watchful waiting".
Expectations are "realistic" when they correspond to known evidence of the probabilities of outcomes for a person's health profile.

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Last modified: 2014-09-09.