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Blog post: Interview with Lori Holden, author of “The Open-Hearted Way to Open Adoption”

An inside look at what motivated Lori to write this book with her daughter's birth mom. published by www.Adoption.com on 4/26/15 - written by Meghan Rivard  Reading this book really opened my eyes and deepened my thinking concerning open adoption. Since it had such a profound impact on me, I wanted to share her thoughts with others. I contacted Lori Holden, the author, and she was gracious enough to answer some questions for me. Lori has been writing and blogging since 2007. She states that she started blogging after reading a book called Waiting for Daisy by Peggy Orenstein. “When I … [Read More...]

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Blog post: How to Show Love After the Adoption is Finalized

Different ways a birth mother shows her love for her child. published by www.adoption.com on 4/12/15 - written by Kacey Bailey When I was pregnant and planning on adoption, I had quite a few real and distinct fears. Some of these fears were irrational, while others had more merit to them. One of the strongest fears I felt back then was thinking that my child would grow up under the impression that I placed him because I didn’t love him–that he would think that I “didn’t want to be bothered” with a child. While I would not and could not ever feel such horrible things, but it could be hard … [Read More...]

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The Real Birth Moms Project – Part 7

The Real Birth Moms Project - Part 7 published by www.Adoption.com on 3/5/15 - written by Terra CooperAs an adoptive mom, I feel like I have got the best education and insight from birth mothers. These amazing women often have misconceptions about them, and I am on a mission to help debunk some of those because they are some of the best people that I know. Did you know that only 1% of women in unwed pregnancies choose adoption? These are the 1% that I am proud to know and call my friends. This will be an ongoing series of asking questions to real birth moms to educate and hopefully show … [Read More...]