Article in Redbook Magazine about adoption

This Is What Adoption Feels Like – Redbook Magazine

by Gail Shaw

seems so simple, and in a very basic way, it is: There are children out
there who need a warm and loving home, and there are families yearning
to provide all that and more. But making it all come together– well,
that part can get complex. Here's how five families found their way
along that unforgettable journey, and how one woman made the wrenching
decision to give up her child– plus, everything you'll need to know if
you decide to make adoption a part of your family story. (read the whole article here).

Read that?

This is what adoption feels like – TO THE ADOPTED PARENTS and to ONE BIRTH PARENT.

What does adoption feel like to adult adoptees?!?

Author: JaeRan

Assistant professor at UW Tacoma, writer, and researcher.

One thought

  1. You’re right, that’s a huge and telling oversight. I’m also frustrated by how often it’s Christian families profiled as adoptive or first parents who want to talk about adoption in terms of God’s will or what was meant to be. There’s something so off-putting about that in so many ways, and it was very much to go along with the thrust of the piece.

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