Welcome back to Taylor Talks!
I'd like to start out by saying thank you to everyone who stops by to read my posts each night! You are all so amazing, and I really appreciate the support! In less than four months (since I switched over to this website from the old one), I have hit 3,000 unique visitors on the site, and over 21,000 individual page views!
Many foster children, especially those who are school-age and exposed to teasing, are made to feel bad about themselves for being in foster care. They are made to feel unwanted, unloved, or as if they did something terrible to be made to live with a foster family.
Actually, children in foster care have done absolutely nothing wrong. Their biological parents have abused or neglected these children in some way, making them unfit parents. These kids have been the victims; they have suffered through situations in their homes, have then been removed from the only home and family they've ever known, and placed with a family of complete strangers. They can't be blamed for their situations, and they shouldn't be made to feel like outcasts in society because of something that they have had no control over.
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