We begin with the premise that "Blame doesn't matter." What matters is there is not peace in the family, so for us, all activity stops until the problem is solved, and we can continue in peace. In the group home, and even in the foster families, the children often say, "This isn't my real brother or sister," or "You aren't my real mother," meaning the conflict doesn't matter because you or yours aren't biological. We answer, "That doesn't matter either, because once again, all that matters is that the people you live with can solve problems, overcome drama, and live in peace and respect."
It may seem that the change will never happen, and yet one day you will see the changes happen. You may hear, "Well, two weeks ago you wouldn't have heard me say this, but....." It is so exciting to be a part of this change, and to be a part of a child learning and growing.
Join us - this is where it is happening!