Adoptee Ramya offers words of advice about adoption, gleaned from her experience growing up as a transracial adoptee in a white family.
If you’re an adoptee, then you’re probably wondering where the best place to find people like you on social media is. And if you’re an adoptive family, birth parent, or someone related to the adoption triad, there’s never a bad time to learn about the life of an adoptee
An adoptee in an open adoption explains her relationships with her birth and adoptive fathers, and what fathers mean to her on Father’s Day.
In honor of Mother’s Day, an adoptee in an open adoption explains what the holiday means to her, and how her birth and adoptive moms both have an important place in her heart.
Your adoption story is powerful. It can be an inspiration for others and bring much-needed awareness to adoption. But, it’s also very personal. Are you ready to share your journey?
Jenna, an adoptee, is a social worker who works with pregnant women who are considering adoption. She shares some of her views on her job and her experiences as it relates to her own adoption.
Jenna, who grew up in a closed adoption, talks about her adoption experience, and how she recently found and connected with her birth parents.
Jenna is a social worker at American Adoptions and an adoptee who grew up in a closed adoption. She works with pregnant women who are considering adoption. She’s also recently reunited with her birth parents. This is her adoption story.
Adoptee Diana discusses the pros and cons of using “adopt” when referring to pets, highways and everything in between. Find out what the phrase means to her here.
Have you ever thought about how adoption changes adoptees for the better? We’ve gathered 10 unique strengths that adoptees gain from their experiences here.