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Review Questions 1. What are the differences between being a biological parent, an adoptive parent, and a foster parent? The differences between being a biological, adoptive, or foster parent is that when you’re a biological parent, you are the one who actually had the child and brought them into this world. You sacrifice your time, money and resources over a period of years to raise your child, making sure they are nurtured, disciplined and educated. Being an adoptive parent, there’s not really a difference regarding your parental responsibilities or rights; you just won’t have the satisfaction of knowing they are your biological child. However, being a foster parent, it’s temporary unless you adopt a child which is way different than if you adopted the child already or if they were your biological child. 2. What financial needs are parents obligated to provide and which are optional? Parents are obligated to provide for their child is food, shelter, clothing, healthcare and education. It is optional for them to pay for anything that is an indirect cause such as wages
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