Imagine, like Aaron, that you're 13 years old and have not even seen your parents or sibling in four years. As a result of your parent's drug use, you've bounced around in foster care since you were nine years old. You were separated from your only sibling because no family was willing to take both you and your teenage brother. You love to read and your social worker describes you as "intelligent and respectful", but three months ago your guardianship family decided to terminate your placement, saying that you "don't listen well enough about doing your chores". Since then you've been in a foster home where they speak a different language than you, there are five other children, and you don't feel there is enough of the foods you like.
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