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Identity Theft of Foster Children

Identity Theft of Foster Children

Identity theft has become a serious problem for just about everyone these days, which means everyone with a social security number is at risk of having their identity stolen. While those who are constantly doing unsafe business transactions may seem like the most common targets for these thieves, there is a new disturbing trend in […]

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Emotional Stability For Foster Parents

Emotional Stability For Foster Parents

Why is emotional stability so important? Foster parents who are emotionally stable are aware of their surroundings, feelings and behaviors. They have learned ways to deal with the stress and problems that arise due to the foster care system. They feel good about what they are doing. However, many things happen in your life can […]

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Young foster parents

Young foster parents

Young foster parents In the world of foster parenting, my wife and I have met both young foster parents and those who have been seasoned with years of experience. The thought of caring for foster children isn’t limited to any boundaries, it knows of only one thing and that is to love and take care […]

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Don’t Lose Your Joy

Don’t Lose Your Joy

When you first begin the foster parent journey, you may be surprised at the number of appointments, birth parent visits, staffings, and court dates that take their places on your calendar. It can, at times seem overwhelming, but it’s important that you remember why you signed up for the job in the first place. Foster […]

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Seeing the Big Picture

Seeing the Big Picture

Foster parenting is no easy undertaking. No matter what your background, how many children you've fostered in the past, or how much you think you know about kids, when a new foster child walks through your front door, there are always surprises. It's exciting to receive a “placement” and I have to admit, I have fallen prey to the temptation to treat new foster children as very important “guests”.

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