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By: Julie Corby
Julie Corby's picture If you're considering adoption, you probably have questions. What are adoptive parent requirements? Where can I get adoptive parent training? What are my adoptive parent responsibilities? While these questions are a good place to start, there is more to know before adopting a child. As the mother of a transracial family via international adoption, Julie Corby offers this adoptive parent guide with additional things to consider as you build your family through adoption. What is it like to be the parent of an adoptive child? For us, a transracial family, formed through international... Read More
By: Jessenia Arias
iamadopted's picture Do you have questions about becoming a foster parent? Is there a foster parent job description? What are foster parent requirements? You might also want to know much does being a foster parent pay? Jessenia Arias discusses what it takes to be a foster parent and explains foster parent benefits. If you have a passion for helping children and want to make a difference in a child’s life, foster parenting is a great way to pursue your passion while receiving a subsidy to care for your foster child. The state you live in and the child’s age you foster will determine how much money you... Read More
By: Janel Indingaro
jjindingaro's picture Are you looking for unexpected pregnancy solutions? Do you want to learn more about alternative to abortion options? Perhaps you're wondering if adoption as an alternative to abortion is good or bad? Birthmother Janel Indingaro offers unexpected pregnancy help and blogs about her experience choosing adoption as an alternative to abortion.  To place a child for adoption, a person gives or relinquishes their child to another person. To adopt is when a person takes a child legally and raises the child as their own. An abortion as defined by the dictionary is: the termination of a... Read More
By: Alexandria Bordas
AllyBordas's picture There is isolation in infertility. There is sadness, anger and loneliness. It is a fight that is whispered about, a fight that is difficult to overcome and win. Yet slowly, the darkness that surrounds this battle is lessening, becoming infiltrated with a soft light that can only be described as hope and resilience. Hope and resilience are two words that could easily describe Jennifer Rutner. Jennifer is a new mom living in Beacon, New York, who spoke to me while juggling her nearly 2-year old daughter (who’s name shall remain anonymous). As blissful as motherhood is for her, the... Read More

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