By Forrest Hershberger
Sidney Sun-Telegraph 

Fathering as a Foster Parent

 

Forrest Hershberger

Josh Misegadis and his wife Melissa have been foster parents twice. He describes the experience as a lot of work and life-changing, but worth the effort.

Parenthood isn't always a straight line. Sometimes the duties of a parent are applied in unique situations, such as foster parenting.

Fatherhood has its own challenges. Most of them do not come with a study guide or a how-to manual. It life-long learning that forms the next generation, and that is part of what leads some people to become foster parents: the desire to guide the younger generation. The challenge with foster parenting, according to Josh Misegadis, is the limits placed by accepting a temporary relationship and oversight by the foster care system. He said he and his wife Melissa...



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