Archive for September, 2017

Adoption Prep

Understanding “Abandonment”

Understanding “Abandonment”

The reasons parents can’t parent their child are often far more complex than they seem.

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Post Adoption

Talking About Birth Parents

Talking About Birth Parents

Things for adoptive parents to consider.

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Adoptee Scholars

Korean-American

Korean-American

One adoptee’s story of discovering his identity. 

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Sponsorship

Not Just a Success Story

Not Just a Success Story

Vietnamese adoptee Clare Larson reflects on her life, her family and her hopes and dreams for the child she now sponsors in Vietnam.

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Children Who Wait

Waiting Children

Waiting Children

These and other children need adoptive families.

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From the Family

The Adopted Life: A Review

The Adopted Life: A Review

    Holt’s senior director of adoption services — and adoptive mom — Susie Doig reviews episode one of “The Adopted Life.”

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Feature Story

Elijah, right, while still in the care of Holt's long-time partner BSSK in Pune, India, just prior to joining his family.

The Kids Who Wait Longest

For children 5 and older, a family can be a dream that slowly fades. But older children are just as deserving of love, and have lots to give in return.

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