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Discover helpful tips to help you begin your search for your birth father.
Learn when to talk to your children about adoption and how to navigate tricky questions.
Every parent has deep fears about what could happen to their children. Parents of children of color have a whole other package of fears.
Johnny's family didn’t talk specifically about adoption—not talking about it was the norm in those days.
Adult adoptee Ryan wrestles with the word “abandoned” on his birth certificate.
It wasn’t until Amanda heard a young adopted teen speak about her open adoption experience that she really started changing the way she was thinking about it.
Most of us spend our youth asking: Who am I? Melania was no different.
Christal shares her experience of placing her daughter in an open adoption.
Peggy recalls the emotions of placing her child for adoption, acknowledging that healing takes time.
While reunification is always the goal, some children need an adoptive home.