Core Issues of Adopted Children
Adoption is a procedure that shapes the relationships between children and their families for the rest of their lives. Parents and children may deal with adoption-related issues and ensure that everyone in the family is happy, healthy, and adaptive by using effective communication and patience..
How To Care For A Cat and What To Expect
Having a cat is a good companion. A cat does many functions around the house. It protects from other animals that invade the inside of the house. It keeps the back yard clean from unwanted creatures. The care and expectations are unpredictable.The obligations and responsibilities are easier to do.
Child Street Hawking: Causes, Effects and Solutions
Street hawking by children especially the girls has been a common thing in most parts of developing and undeveloped world. It does not only end on children’s hawking but there are causes and effects.
How to Talk to an Adopted Child About Their Birth Family
Talking about your child's birth family is an essential aspect of your adopted child's well being, but it is also a very sensitive topic. Here are some guidelines to help lead your discussion.
Family: How the Relation Between Father and Mother Affect Their Children
Children that grow up with both parents present tend to be more stable. Psychologists have affirmed that every child has certain basic emotional needs that must be met if he is to gain emotional stability. Love and affection are very important for...
An Adopted Child Writes A Letter: To My Birth Mother Who I Never Knew
Adoption for birth mothers is a difficult decision; in the case of this author, it was the right decision made by his birth mother.
Whose Child Is This? - The Fight for Baby Jessica Deboer/Anna Schmidt Adoption Case
The fight for baby Jessica Deboer, also known as Anna Schmidt, was followed by the nation. Many believed the little girl should be returned to her birth parents, while others agreed that she should be
What is so hard about raising a child with Reactive Attachment Disorder?
Reactive Attachment Disorder is not genetic. It is caused when an infant less than two years old is unable to attach in a loving, trusting relationship with a primary caregiver. This can happen as a result of several things: abuse, neglect,...
Teenage Adoption Tips: How to Handle Adopting a Teenager
The troubled teens of the world without parents, operating within the adoption system, need loving homes. Find out about the unique struggles faced here.
"I Am a Dodge" a Candid Interview With Frances Mealbach
A story of a woman that found out in her adulthood that she had been adopted, and her search and legal battle to find her biological parents. Frances Mealbach's Story