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December 12, 2017

Common Myths & Misconceptions 

If the birthmother is in our lives, my child will be confused as to who their "real" parents are.

The adoptive parent takes on the role of mom or dad from the very beginning. Because the birthmother has had specific role in the child’s life...

Since fully-open adoption began in the early 1980’s, it has continued to increase in popularity. The adoption community has seen that children raised in this environment have thrived, and longitudinal studies confirm how much healthier it is for children....

Language is the tool we use daily to communicate our ideas. Although we might not be aware of it, there is also a subtext to the words we choose, reflecting our values in subtle ways, even when we aren’t consciously trying to do so.

Words have superpowers, slowly inform...

Children’s curiosity about their adoption story is a normal part of growing up. Open and informative discussions are crucial for the development of your child’s sense of self.

Infancy to Two Years Old

The first couple of years are about building positive feelings connect...

Being honest with yourself is the first step in deciding if transracial adoption is a good fit for you and your family.

Examine Your Beliefs and Attitudes About Race and Ethnicity

Try to think if you have made any assumptions about people because of their race or ethnic...

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