A Response To The Foster Father Who Cares For The Terminally Ill

A response to the foster father who cares for the terminally ill

“If you were to read the minds of foster children and youth in America today, you’d likely hear them say things like: no one looks for me, no one thinks about me. Perhaps, they’d add: I feel invisible and I’m tired of no one wanting me.”

Blogger, adoptee, and adoption advocate Michelle Madrid-Branch wonders at times if anyone is listening to the quiet pleas of children in foster care, children who, more than anything, want – and need – to feel that they belong, that they are loved, that they are safe.

That’s why her heart was comforted when she read an article about foster father Mohamed Bzeek, who specifically cares for children who are terminally ill.

Read her article here.

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