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"Why should I become a foster parent?"

"Am I fit to be a foster parent?"

"Do I have the right home and life to be a good home for foster children?"

If you have asked yourself any of these questions, then this audiobook is for you....

50 Things to Know About Being a Foster Parent by Tina Butters-Hargrave offers an approach to deciding about foster parenting. This will be a decision not to take lightly. My goal is to give you the confidence to take the leap to a wonderful experience, and comfort in knowing you are never alone in this journey. This audiobook will help you search the deepest parts of your soul and give you insight, with the hope that you may foster a child or children.

There are many avenues to foster a child. Don’t think because you are single or gay, because of the color of your skin, or because of your religion that you won’t be approved. It is never about "you" in those categories of deciding, it is about whether your home will be a safe, loving, and secure place for a child.

In this audiobook, you'll discover....

  • How to take the proper steps to getting the right answers
  • Who to contact in your area
  • How to get the process going
  • Types of foster care
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  • Ashley
  • 18-04-2018

Good idea. Very bad info.

Almost everything is out of date. Giving bad information to future foster parents. It needs to be re done. Or pulled.

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