Revealing why Foster Parenting is
so vital in today’s world.
Foster parenting is such a vital service for providing a family life for children who are having a difficult time at home. This arrangement can be temporary, or for a few months or for even years sometimes leading unto the most part of the children’s life.
In the past fostering was seen as putting a “roof” over a child’s head and showing that you care, however in today’s world the role is broaden to assist children through difficult and painful times as well as helping them regaining confidence whilst preparing them for the future.
Anyone who choose to do
should be highly commended. I think so because to take on this role means you are a special person and a credit to your society.
In today’s world taking on the role to be a mom or dad to a troubled child is a need. This is so due to the complexity of modern living and various scenarios that creates this situation.
We here at
parenting with positive thiking
thinks our communities and society need to be constantly
on the topic of fostering.
We owe it to raise awareness of the challenges as well as the benefits of this situation.
So What Are Some of the
Challenges in the world that creates the need to foster?
Well to begin with, an epidemic such as AIDS is one of the main reasons why there are so many children without parents. In certain developing countries we know the plight of hundreds or thousands of children who are made orphans due to this disease; hence there is the need for fostering.
Another major challenge is parents who are on drugs. Sad to say but drugs addiction is a plague to our society. Many parents who are drug users cannot look after their children will it be financially or mentally hence their children end up in care. These children being victim of their circumstances still need parents hence foster parenting is critical to them.
Then there are the parents who just have a mental breakdown and find it hard to function normal bringing up children, and these children also need someone to look after them.
One thing I am sure of no matter what the challenge is we all have a moral, social and patriotic right to look after our society’s children. As I have quoted in some of my pages on this site “It takes a whole village to raise a child” and I urge our leaders and every member in our society to do whatever we can to develop this service.
On a final note I think that there are certain qualities a person must have to adequately fill this need. Naturally you must be a carer full of patience and is willing to serve children wholeheartedly. You will also need to be very affectionate, willing to listen, be a great
and not think much of going the extra mile. You can access more great tips by clicking the fostering link above.
This is something which has to come from the heart, something you live and love to do and not just another job.
We cannot always predict what the future holds, and we never know, maybe one day the next great leader or business icon might just be a product of foster parenting.