Invalidating Adoptee Perceptions

Adoptive parents and even hopeful adoptive parents often say: “I know many adoptees that don’t feel like their adoption was a bad thing, they are … Invalidating Adoptee Perceptions

Military adoptions

Sorry that I have not written a blog lately. I have started getting more involved with Goats, chickens and ducks. It takes some time in the beginning to get it going well. I have made mistakes now I have researched it out. “Better to be prepared then have to get prepared”. I saw some informationContinue reading “Military adoptions”

How I feel today…

As I have watched and listened to my Mom these last two weeks after my older brother Matt passed away suddenly I have felt how much she loves all of her children. She has lost a part of her heart but she still has been there for my other brother and I in every wayContinue reading “How I feel today…”

What adopted parents should NOT do

I am an adoptee. I have a few things that I strongly suggest adopted parents do not do. You want the best possible relationship with your child that you can have. As you are considering adoption or in the process of adoption you have to prepare for the fact that your child will more thanContinue reading “What adopted parents should NOT do”

A biological death in the family

As I posted a week ago I lost my brother. He was three years older than me. I always considered him my brother not my adopted brother but in order for people to understand this blog I have to call him my adopted Brother. He lives in Michigan and I live in Florida. My oldestContinue reading “A biological death in the family”

ADULT ADOPTION? YES!

Adult Adoption The many reasons to adopt an adult Adult adoptions are more common than ever, and they can occur in a wide range of situations. Stepparents often adopt their grown stepchildren, and foster parents often adopt their long-time foster children when they reach 18 years of age. Adult adoption makes sense in other situations,Continue reading “ADULT ADOPTION? YES!”

How adoption effects me.

As I started this blog I have been able to release things that I have held inside for a very long time. It has really helped me to mend wounds that I did not even realize I had. I do not want to label myself a victim but I do believe adoptees struggle every dayContinue reading “How adoption effects me.”

ADULT ADOPTION? YES!

Adult Adoption The many reasons to adopt an adult Adult adoptions are more common than ever, and they can occur in a wide range of situations. Stepparents often adopt their grown stepchildren, and foster parents often adopt their long-time foster children when they reach 18 years of age. Adult adoption makes sense in other situations,Continue reading “ADULT ADOPTION? YES!”

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