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.
Birth parents and adoptive parents have fears about open adoption. Most of the time, these fears come from believing myths about what open adoption is really like. Here are some of the most common concerns, and how to conquer them.
The ability to attend a prenatal appointment with your prospective birth mother is rare. This is an amazing opportunity and important moment in your adoption journey. Here are five things to consider.
What happens when you are contacted, by the agency or by the birth mother personally, about adopting your child’s biological sibling? Here are several important factors to consider.
Be an encouragement to your friend who is adopting by knowing some of the best things to say to them during what may be some of the hardest days — their adoption wait. Here are five things to get the conversation started.
Father’s day is a special time set aside to honor all of the amazing men in our lives who helped us grow into the people we were meant to be. Learn more about you can celebrate all types of fathers on this amazing day.
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?
The adoption journey is beautiful, but it is also incredibly challenging. These six stories will give you the encouragement you need to keep going. In the end, all the challenges will be worth it.
There’s more than one way to start a family. Many families facing a diagnosis of infertility consider both adoption and surrogacy. Here is an honest comparison of the two options.
Your post‐adoption relationship is an exciting new step in your relationship with the birth parents. But, after signing your pictures and letters agreement, you may feel nervous about what to send. Here are our suggestions for what birth parents are really looking for.