It can be difficult for foster parents to have a good relationship with the child, but doing so is extremely important. The child is uncomfortable with the new environment, unusual for him, therefore it is difficult for him and his new parents at first to be open with each other. In other words, the relationship between the adoptive parents and the child begins with a feeling of discomfort. These relationships can become close and warm over time, but this is not easy to achieve.
Children experience heavy emotions when adoptive parents appear in their lives, so it may take them a while to get used to them.
Usually, parents know that they have a difficult relationship with the child, so they get used to the changes before the child. Parents prepare for this relationship before the child appears in the family. We can say that relations are developing even before its appearance. Continue reading