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By FosterClub — May 14, 2008

The Day My Best Friend Found Out By Ebony It was fifth period. I couldn't wait to leave Mrs. Foller's fourth grade English class. The bell had just rung for lunch. As I raced to the closet to get my coat and my book, Phyllisia, my... Read more

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By FosterClub — May 14, 2008

Me and My Mentor By Tara B. Hey guys and girls! This is the high yellow, big mouth, funny writer who always comes correct with the facts. Coming at ya with an article dedicated to those childcare workers who take their time with... Read more

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By FosterClub — May 14, 2008

How Party Boy Cleaned Up His Act A Former Foster Kid Describes Life After the System. By Linda R. When you meet John Michaels today, he seems like he's going to get wherever he wants in life. Even if there's a brick wall, he's... Read more

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By FosterClub — May 14, 2008

Could I Be Another Mother's Daughter? Agencies across the country want to get more teens adopted. When it was my choice, I wasn't sure. By Natalie K. "Wow, can they really be taking me to lunch and giving me authentic jewelry? I... Read more

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By FosterClub — May 14, 2008

Don't Label Us By Giselle J. For as long as I've been in foster care (which is about four years), I've been faced with comments like, "You're in foster care? You don't look like someone in foster care!" or "Awe, sorry to hear about... Read more

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By FosterClub — May 14, 2008

Saved by the System By Tara T. A lot of people do nothing but complain about the foster care system. Even though I sometimes complain too, I also know that foster care has made a big difference in my life. It helped get me back on... Read more

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By FosterClub — May 14, 2008

Kinship Keeps the Family Bond By Shaniqua C. I've been in kinship care ever since I was born. Kinship care is pretty much the same as foster care except that you are placed with a relative instead of a stranger. I was placed with... Read more

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By FosterClub — May 14, 2008

My brother was everything to me. I wish we had stayed together. By Jeremiyah S. Growing up, my brother and I were known as the twin towers. We're both very tall and we both played basketball. Lots of times we'd play together, and... Read more

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By FosterClub — May 14, 2008

A New Home From On Their Own By Martha Shirk and Gary Stangler The following story is taken from the book On Their Own, a new book that tells the story of what happens to kids when they age out of the foster care system. This is part of the story of... Read more

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By FosterClub — May 14, 2008

I Was Wrong About Group Homes By Eric E. Living without your parents is not easy, especially if you're living with people you don't know. Before I went into a group home, I thought living with eight boys would be tough (especially... Read more

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