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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?
The vast majority of adoptees want to search out their birth parents. How do birth parents prepare for that, and what do you need to know to have a successful reunion?
Expectant parents going through the adoption process will face many thoughts and emotions along the way. If you’re worried or stressed about what you’re feeling, know that you’re not alone.
With stay-at-home restrictions in place due to COVID-19, many prospective birth mothers are wondering how hospital stays will work. Check out more information here so that you know what to expect.
What are your options if, after placing your child for adoption, you regret the decision? Can you get your child back? Here’s what you should know.
These two things are both important, but can’t always co-exist. Adoptees have a need (and a right) to know their history. Does a birth parent’s desire for privacy still matter more, like it used to:?
Whether you’re an adoptive family, birth mother or adoptee, it’s important to understand the perspectives of birth mothers. We’ve gathered a list of some of the brave women out there sharing their stories on social media here. Give them a follow today.
Some birth parents feel as if they “owe” their birth child their time. But this can be a highly emotional journey, and your self-care is needed. While maintaining a connection is important for both of you, here’s how to find balance.
How can prospective birth parents meet their child’s parents before the baby arrives? We have a few suggestions for these uncertain times.