The Best Adoption Blogs
Online adoption diaries are so popular, we couldn't find room in the magazine to list all of our favorites. So here are the links to the stories we enjoyed the most. And if you're looking for more good reads, check out our bookstore where you can find how-to guides, memoirs, and children's books that will inspire you and your children.
Is It Adoption or Is It Life?
In "Do We Need Professional Help?" we gave you all the tools you need to decide whether your family would benefit from a therapist's guidance--and how to find the perfect one. But as we explored last year, it's all too easy to say that a child's difficulties are adoption related--and often, that's not the case. Take a look at this must-read piece before you decide that adoption is the cause of your child's problems.
Share Your Story: Announcing Your Adoption
Outside of your immediate family, who was the first person you told about your decision to adopt, and how did you tell them?
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