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The Real Birth Moms Project – Part 5

The Real Birth Moms Project - Part 5 published by www.Adoption.com on 2/21/15 - 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...]

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Blog post: 6 Ways to Communicate in an Open Adoption

Here are six ways for biological and adoptive families to stay connected in an open adoption: published by www.adoption.com on 4/9/15 - written by Shelley Skuster An open adoption allows adoptees to know facts about their first family and in many cases gives them the opportunity to maintain a healthy relationship with their biological relatives. Open adoption is different for every family but it involves some sort of communication between adoptive and biological families.Social workers recommend starting a relationship with boundaries about what kinds of contact all parties are … [Read More...]

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Blog post: Why “I Couldn’t Do What You Did” Hurts.

She meant it as a compliment to my son’s birth mom’s strength, but the wording stung. published on www.adoption.com on 3/31/15 - written by Melissa Giarrosso“I could never do what you did.” That’s what I heard a family member say to my son’s birth mom. My son’s birth mom was 17 when she had my son, and this family member also found herself giving birth at 17, yet she chose to parent her daughter. She meant it as a compliment to my son’s birth mom’s strength, but the wording stung. It insinuates that had she loved her child just a little bit more, been a little stronger, or struggled a … [Read More...]