Credit and Appreciation go to: Jenny Stricklin

Hunter

It is quite common for a child waiting to be adopted to be unfairly and inaccurately defined by his or her past behaviors and actions. Our kiddos go through all kinds of trauma and upheaval and it naturally affects them all in a variety of ways. For some kids, the things they’ve experienced result in confusion, anxiety, and fear, and they react as you might expect for young children with less than perfect coping skills. But over time, they learn new ways to process their emotions and voila! It’s like they’re new kids! They’re not perfect, but they now have the tools and the ability to rise above their pasts and look forward to a great future. This is absolutely the case for 12-year-old Hunter. He has worked so hard to become the “new and improved” Hunter and we couldn’t be prouder of him. His confidence and positivity just shine through in his photo, don’t they? And hope – we see a great deal of hope in his eyes. Hope for a family to give him the chance to show them all that he has accomplished in his young life and what he knows he can do moving forward. If you think you might want to be a part of Hunter’s future, please reach out. 2820078



Age: 12

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