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How can the family dynamic change in foster care?

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Every child placed in foster care is going through a time of transition. By adding a child to a foster home, the entire dynamic of that family is going to change due to the transition of adding a new member. If the home already has a child (who is the biological child) then he or she may feel threatened, jealous, or intimitated ...

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Changes a new addition to the family brings to those already in it

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