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foster-the child lives with family but not their parents e.g. grandparents may be taking care of them.
Benefits/drawbacks of this kind of family life: They are living with family, so it is better than living in a foster home with unfamiliar people.
They may feel unhappy where they are living, away from their parents. The child is still in a family with their support.
Adoptive family: The child lives with people in which they are not related to, permanently. All legal rights are given to the adoptive family.
Benefits/drawbacks: Secure, stablemenvironment for child when do you tell the child that they are not biologically yours?. May feel rehjected by biological/natural parents.
Nuclear Family: Normal family. Both parents and the children/child all live together in one home.
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