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A crucial change that must happen within the foster care system centers around racial equity. Fortunately we have powerful agents of change like Rachel Lauren to teach us how. She joins us for this episode of the podcast.
One of the most significant moments of transformation for us personally, happened when we discovered the impact trauma has on the developing brain of adolescents and children.
The most important thing parents can do for their children is help them find their identity and establish a connection with their biological family. But how? We’re pleased to welcome Julie McGue to The Honestly Adoption Podcast to share her story.
The words ‘connection’ and ‘men’ are usually not mentioned in the same sentence with one another, let alone associated with each other. Yet every fall, in the mountains of Colorado, the two words form a transformational experience for foster and adoptive dads.
Your child pushes you away, rejects your help, or pursues toxic relationships. You feel lost. How do you make sense of this? Fortunately, we have world renowned attachment expert Deborah Gray to help us understand.
It’s often hard to make sense of behaviors that result with children who were exposed to drugs and alcohol in utero. Fortunately, we have experts like Dr. Ira Chasnoff, MD to help us understand.
Last year, in the United States, more than 20,000 teens aged out of foster care, leaving them at a higher risk of homelessness, unemployment and other vulnerable outcomes.
What happens with two foster youth find healing, happiness, love, and eventually marriage? A beautiful, hope-filled story unfolds!