You might be surprised to learn what does (and doesn’t) increase the likelihood of an adoption disruption. Here are three “risk factors” that waiting families fear, and the truth behind them, as well as a hard truth about emotional risk in adoption.
Transracial adoptee Ramya lists what she wants all adoptive parents to know before adopting a child of another race.
An adoptee and writer at American Adoptions shares her thoughts on why it’s important for prospective adoptive parents to fully grieve infertility before they pursue adoption.
People who are unfamiliar with adoption may say some misguided things to adoptive parents. Find a few of them here, and let us know any others we should include.
Chances are good that you know someone whose life has been changed by adoption. So take a moment to learn more about adoption from families who’ve been created through adoption.
An adoption attorney offers his advice on the things that all adoptive families should know about the adoption process.
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.