Child Adoptions

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Making the Psychological Transition to Adoptive Parenthood

Steps to prepare yourself psychologically for the transition into adoaptive parenting, with a focus on international adoption.... [more]

Common Issues Among Adoptive Parents

Discusses common issues for adoptive parents and suggestions on how to handle them.... [more]

Waiting Child Photolistings

The Adoption Photolisting is a free community service highlighting thousands of children in the U.S. foster care system and in several countries waiting for loving adoptive families. Find your child now. Hoping to Adopt
Should You Foster if You Want to Adopt?
Not My Problem
One Name to Unite Us?
Could I Be a Birth Mother?

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Articles & Resources
Adopted Love Isn't Forced Love, Adoption Decisions, An Adoption Resource Guide, Can Prospective Parents with Disabilities Adopt?, Coming to Adoption Indirectly, Corporate America Helping Foot the Bills, Numbers and Trends in Child Adoptions, Organizations that Provide Adoption Exchange or Matching Services, Study Reports on American Attitudes Toward Adoption

Becoming an Adoptive Parent
Before You Adopt, Common Issues Among Adoptive Parents, Distance Learning Offers New Options for Adoption Preparation, Making the Psychological Transition to Adoptive Parenthood, Twelve Skills for Successful Fostering and Adopting, You Don't Have to be Perfect and Other Adoption Myths

Children in Foster Care
Adopting & Fostering Teenagers, Better Futures for Waiting Children, Boarder Babies, Abandoned Infants, and Discarded Infants, It's the Children's Right, Join in the Fight, Should We Photolist Waiting Children?, Waiting Child Photolisting

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Henny Barnett - 1 year ago
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I have a adopted daughter from Canada, I loved her from the moment I adopted her as a baby she is now 52, and we love each other more than ever. I have two children through natural birth older than her. I'am so lucky to have found her. #1
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