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 What is the difference of Foster and Adopted?

Answer im 13 and i think that's gross. but anyways, just simply give em a talk sayin don't do that. make sure u say u love them at the end. its optional about grounding them though. I would if i was in ur... Read More »
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Does an adopted child have any say in who their adoptive parents will be For example may a teen in foster care who is going to be adopted decide if heshe wants to live with this new family?

Yes, when the family appeals in court the child gets the choice to say accept or deny this family.
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What do people think about adopted or foster kids?

This question doesn't make much sense, as people have different opinions. I think it's sad that there are kids out there with no mum or dad.
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Why do you think so many foster kids that are "legally free" are not adopted?

I think most people who want to adopt, are looking into it for themselves. Their own desire to be a parent. Usually that means parenting a baby. It's "no fun" bringing home a teenager for a few ... Read More »
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How many foster children die during the time they are in the process of being adopted?

Ask your parents. If that is not possible, or if you don't believe them, contact your local Department of Children and Families, or the equivalent in your location, for guidance.
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