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Birth Parent

3 Pieces of Advice When Your Child Isn’t Ready for Reunion

Adoption reunions are always challenging. There are a lot of emotions to process. If you are a birth parent, how should you respond if your biological child isn’t ready for a reunion?

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Adoptees

5 Questions to Ask a Potential Adoption Therapist as an Adoptee

Finding an adoption competent therapist is harder than it sounds. Adoptees may have unique challenges to work through, and a general understanding of trauma is not the same as a specific understanding of adoption.

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Adoptive Family Birth Parent

Using Google Voice in Open Adoptions

Technology has changed the way we communicate and opened doors for new avenues of open adoption contact. Some have found innovative ways to use Google Voice for open adoption relationships. How does that work, and can it help you? Find out.

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Adoptive Family

The Controversy Around Adoption Fundraising

The average cost of adoption is often too much for a family to handle. Many hopeful parents turn to adoption fundraising. However, others oppose this method of affording adoption. Is fundraising for an adoption ethical?

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Adoptive Family

When Talking about the Biological Family Isn’t Easy

It’s good for a child to hear their own adoption story early and often, even the hard parts. If you’re an adoptive parent in a closed adoption, you have a fine line to walk. How do you do it?

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