“These kids need love more than you need to protect your heart.”
People often say they couldn’t foster because they would get too attached to the kids. But that’s not a legitimate excuse, writes Sarah of Foster Your Heart Out, a Facebook page exploring one family’s journey throughfoster parenting and adoption. When a child needs love, stability, and consistency, what you think need is not nearly as important.
Once you’ve fully grasped the situation of a child living in foster care, you’ll do anything you can to help, even if it means putting your heart on the line.