Faces of Fostering – Byron on the importance of understanding children in care

Faces of Fostering – Byron on the importance of understanding children in care

It is really important for someone who hasn’t been in care to understand children who are.

When I was growing up, and as a child, I didn’t have the best, but I don’t let it affect me now. If I feel upset or remember something from my past, I don’t let my feelings show. It’s not that I don’t have those feelings, but my past is not my future, and I have learned to move away and move on. I know I am not the smartest; however, I will graft, and if I get stuck,

I can get the help that I know will help me. Most importantly, when I was asked to do this article for Caritas Care, I agreed because it is a chance for me to let others see things from my perspective. It is a chance to understand life as a child who has been in care.

So, this is the life I have lived so far; I know what I had to do to get through it. Now, let’s see how it goes!

Note: Byron has currently and successfully completed his Level 3 Car mechanics course and is now looking for employment.  Please get in touch if you could offer Byron the opportunity of an interview.

To read more of Byron’s stories, click HERE

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