One special couple found adopting an older child more than worth the risk.
What happens when foster children enter the world at age 18 with no support services? There can either be a path to homelessness, or a path to optimism. Let’s choose the latter.
Before you read another article about abusive foster parents, this author invites you to glimpse his perspective.
Adoptive father Mike Berry helps us understand what love really is.
Adoptive parent Mike Berry looks back … with no regrets.
Mike Berry knows what you really think sometimes about parenting. And he’s right there with you.
Mike Berry shatters the biggest foster parenting myths.
Can a man be so present for a child that a few hours create a bond that lasts a lifetime? Chris MacNeil shares a letter that answers that question. Yes.
A child is moved from an abusive home to a stable and loving one, only to be taken back again. Unfortunately, this happens all too often.
This is an excerpt from the Sean O’Donnell book Which One of You is the Mother? It is about the day that the son Sean imagined became real, never to leave his dad’s life again.
Sean O’Donnell had two great desires, one to eat a lot of donuts and the other to become a dad. Here is how one of those, the most important one, came true.
Stories of kids at risk for suicide and susceptible to bullying touched the hearts of these two dads. They resolved to do something about it — to create a home.
Some parents take nine months, some going through agencies, take years. For dads Duke and Steve, the wait to be parents could be measured in minutes. Here is their story.
Kergan lived through the grief and fear of the AIDS Crisis. Rather than being suppressed he took his life experiences and channeled them into becoming a great dad. Corinne Lightweaver interviews him about his experience.
Ted and Xavier struggled with the rejection of their families over their relationship. Two little brothers changed that and gave them a more appreciative view of life. Here is their story.
Like many foster care/adoptive parents, blogger Christopher Thangaraj heard the “compliment” uttered many times. It never sat well with him. Here is why.