Foster Care CHILDREN Myths Vs Truths

Published on February 8, 2019



Foster care children are frequently stereotyped as having foster care behavioral issues & biological families who don’t love or care for them yet want to steal them from foster care homes. In this foster care video we play true or false to reveal 20 myths about foster care CHILDREN. We’ll reveal the myths about foster parents later on in this series, so be sure to subscribe if you find this information helpful in your foster care journey.

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* FOSTER CARE stories, tips, & info: http://bit.ly/FosterCareInfo
* Choosing your FAMILY SIZE & AGE GAPS: http://bit.ly/BestFamilySize
* How to respectfully, gently, & effectively DISCIPLINE even the most difficult & damaged children: http://bit.ly/DisciplineChildren
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* Info for SINGLES CALLED TO PARENTHOOD: http://bit.ly/SoloMomByChoice
* Info on creating & raising DONOR CONCEIVED KIDS: http://bit.ly/DonorConceptionInfo
* My life as a solo mom by choice: www.youtube.com/LuckyFortune8Family

CHANNEL INTRO: I share advice & information about foster care, donor conception, family size & age gaps, respectful discipline, & solo parenting to help you build your own best family. I launched the Ask AMY channel in 2018 because I want you to experience something like the (never perfect but often) heavenly family life that I have.

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BACKGROUND: I had an only child for nearly 9 years before giving birth to 4 more children within 2.5 years. In addition to my own 3 sons and 2 daughters – which include 2 sets of twins – I fostered 20 children over 7 years in 2 states, including twins and sibling groups – before my own boy/girl twins were born. Before being formally, medically retired by the Medical Assessment Tribunal (in March 2014), I worked in child care (4 years), created/delivered professional development level courses in behaviour management philosophies & strategies (3 years), plus worked in public schools (2 years), and the child protection sector (8 years). Whilst I am permanently, medically unable to resume my prior profession, I believe my years of raising children plus working with child clients and their families enables me to provide useful, generalised, lived experience information in YouTube’s pre-recorded format.

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