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Building the Framework for Adopted & Foster Children to Process the Hard Parts of Their Stories

When our kids come to us from complicated or painful backstories, we might feel anxious […]

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Therapists: Parents Should Be With Their Kids for Adoptive or Foster Therapy Sessions

Occasionally, we offer guest posts by experts in the fields of adoption, foster care, and […]

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Building Attachment While Your Foster/Kinship Baby Goes Through Withdrawal

When your foster or kinship newborn has known prenatal exposure to opioids, Methadone, Suboxone, or […]

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Moving from Infertility to Adoption to Build Your Family

You’ve made the difficult decision to discontinue infertility treatments and consider other means by which […]

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Parenting a Challenging Child: A Collaborative Approach

Are you parenting a challenging child? One who tantrums easily or has a super-short fuse […]

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From a Birth Mother on Mother’s Day

Few holidays stir our community’s mixed emotions like Mother’s Day does. Our friends who are […]

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Supporting Reunification as a Kinship Caregiver

Kinship caregivers have unique opportunities to provide nurturing care for children whose parents cannot parent […]

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Why Should Donor-Conceived Families Be Publicly Embarrassed?

We received an email from the mother of a donor-conceived child, reeling from an experience […]

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How Your Attachment Style Impacts Your Adopted/Foster Kids

One of the most crucial steps in creating a secure attachment in your home is […]

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Positive Adoption Language & Why It Matters

We’ve all heard the adage “words matter.” Indeed, in this fast-paced social media culture new […]

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