Wondering how to honor a birth father on Father’s Day? Whether you’re an adoptive parent, an adoptee or a loved one of a birth father, check out our five tips here to find the one that is right for you.
Should adoptive parents give their child a new name, even if that child is old enough to know their name? Learn the pros and cons of giving an adopted child a new name — including what adoptees have to say about it
Connecting to birth culture comes naturally for some adoptees but seems impossible for others. If you find it hard to connect, you’re not alone.
If you’re an adoptee or an adoptive family, you may be unsure of how to show a birth mother just how much she means to you. If that’s the case, check out some tips for honoring a birth mother on Mother’s Day.
Adoption Search Angels can help biological family members reconnect. Who are they, how can you get involved and what should you know before using a Search Angel yourself?
If you’re an adoptee, you’ve probably been told your whole life that every person like you wants to meet their birth parents. But, what if you have no desire to? You’re not alone.
When you begin your search for a birth parent, the possibilities are endless. But what if your dreams are shattered by a rejection?
If your adoptive parents don’t support your search for your birth parents, you probably feel betrayed, angry and disappointed. What can you even do in this situation?
It’s that time of year again! Our favorite holidays, Thanksgiving and Christmas, are just around the corner. But have you thought about other holidays around the world, including those that are a part of your child’s heritage? Check out some fun ways that you can include your child’s birth culture into your holiday celebrations.
It’s the Saturday before Thanksgiving, and you know what that means. It’s National Adoption Day! Check out some simple ways that you can celebrate with your family right here.