Difficulties In Black Carers Forming Attachments With Black Children – Samantha Bishop

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Many first or second generation black foster carers who care for black children have come from families where they have had poor attachments to their primary caregivers often being raised by extended family and not receiving the opportunity to form close, loving attachments, therefore finding it difficult to unconditionally give something to which they have little to no experience of receiving.

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