when they may leave
I'm a foster parent and I also provide training from time to time for other foster parents. One question that I hear over and over is:
"How do I invest all that love into a child that most likely will not remain with me anyways? How can I do that and not be hurt in the end?"
Everyday, foster parents all over, open the doors of their homes to children in need of safe, caring support. For many reasons, it is sometimes essential for children to be removed from their biological families in order to be safely cared for.