The Atlantic reports on a new study from the Journal of Family Issues that looks at the effect that learning about their own adoption has on adoptees.
DNA tracking websites like Ancestry.com have fundamentally changed search and reunion for adoptees and birth parents. Are these changes good, bad, or somewhere in between?
Life as an adult adoptee isn’t always easy, but you don’t have to go through this journey on your own. Whether you’re ready to search for your birth parents, or you’re looking for uplifting and captivating stories, we’ve got you covered. Here are some of the best articles and resources for adult adoptees.
“Elf” is a favorite holiday movie for many — but it’s also a good commentary on the journey of its protagonist, adoptee Buddy. Find out why you should rewatch this quality Christmas film with your family today!
During National Adoption Month, we look back at how our co-founder, Scott Mars, brought his experience as an adoptee to creating a better adoption agency with American Adoptions.
Whether you are an adoptive parent, birth parent or adoptee, you may be surprised what details in your story will connect with someone. Here are eight compelling reasons to share your adoption experience with the people around you.
How do you find biological siblings if you have no point of contact or other birth family to ask? This can be a complicated process, but here are five tips for getting started.
In last night’s episode, Randall embarked on his birth parent search alone, resulting in a dangerous situation. Here’s what you can learn from his mistakes.
First she was an adoptive mother through a closed adoption, then a birth grandmother in an open adoption. One woman tells her story of faith, fate, and of being on two sides of the adoption triad.
Sibling relationships play an important role in a child’s life. Adoption adds a different dynamic. These tips can help birth and adoptive parents talk with their child about biological siblings, half siblings, and siblings they aren’t genetically related to.