What Is the Adoption Connection?
What Is an Adoption Forum and Why Should I Care?
3 Reasons to Tell Your Adopted Child His Birth Mother Was Addicted to Drugs
Moving Past Fear of Birth Family Rejection
Why I Chose Open Adoption
How Do Birth Mothers Cope after Placing a Child?
How Does Open Adoption Affect Members of the Adoption Triad?
‘This Is Us’ Gets the Complexities of Transracial Adoption
How Do I Place My Baby for Adoption?
A Life Taken, A Life Given
Why Choose Adoption Over Abortion?
How Can I Help My Adopted Son Know He’s Loved?
How Can I Possibly Choose a Family to Adopt My Child?
Birth Mother Doubts and Dissatisfaction After Placement
Expectant Mother vs. Birth Mother: What’s the Difference
Reunited. It Feels So Good
Australian Genealogist Learns He’s Adopted Through DNA Testing
The Pain is Real. Really Painful.
How Do I “Put My Baby Up” for Adoption?
Why I’m Searching for My Korean Birth Parents – An Interview with Matt Blanchard
When I was 17 years old, I faced an unplanned pregnancy. Due to the circumstances, open adoption was the best option for both my baby and me. Adopt
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The concept of open adoption is relatively new, and new ideas come with a lot of uncertainty. There haven’t been many long-term studies on this t
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Placing your child for adoption is a very brave and difficult decision. When choosing adoption for your baby, you’ll want to consider the type of
Growing up, I had two sisters. A half-sister who is older than me by nine years and a biological sister who is younger than me by almost two years.
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I have always said that there are two things I will measure my success as a parent on. One, I want our son to know Jesus. And two, I want him to kn
Choosing a family to adopt your child will be one of the most difficult if not the most difficult decision of your life. How can a person possibly
Placing a child for adoption is one of the biggest decisions one can make. It demands a selfless character, one that requires a complete love for t
If you’re familiar with the adoption process, you’re probably also familiar with the term birth mother. In fact, many agencies require hopeful
I started a die-hard search in 2013. I was obsessed; I searched; I found; I got myself reunited. The person I wanted to be reunited with the most i
Pete Moore, 59, has always been interested in his family history. After years of genealogy research, he learned a huge family secret. The Australia
Every time I mention to anyone that I am a birth mom, I hold my breath and wait for the questions. Sometimes they come with voices full of love, an
You found out you were pregnant and are not in a position to raise a child yourself. So you have decided to make an adoption plan, but the term “
Matt Blanchard is a member of the Trustify team and was adopted at five months old from Korea in 1989. He’s wanted to meet his birth parents sinc