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Adoption and Foster Care: A Guide to Planning and Surviving the Process (adopt, having a baby, getting pregnant and Infertility)

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Get The Inside Scoop on The Adoption Process and Procedure and How To Breeze Through Successfully!


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This book contains proven steps and strategies on how to Prepare to Adopt, Insight on the Adoption Process- Domestic and International, The Home Study- Requirements and Orientation, and Helping Your New Child Adjust.
This book contains proven steps and strategies on how to complete an adoption and help your new child make the transition into becoming a part of your family. After reading this book, you’ll have an overview of how the process works so that you’ll know how to start it and what is required for a successful adoption.
Once you have made the decision to adopt, the first thing you have to do is decide which type of adoption you want to pursue – adopting a child domestically or from overseas. Here are some of the questions to keep in mind when making this vital decision:
1.How old is the child you want to adopt? If you are comfortable with adopting an older child or a toddler, you can adopt a child from anywhere; if you want a newborn, however, your only option is to adopt from the US….. Much, more is in the book!
One last thing to talk about is some adoptive parents’ concerns over the birth mother suddenly expressing regret and then trying to get her child back. In fact, this rarely happens as most birth mothers have thought over their decision and accepted it completely. In addition, even in a so-called semi-open adoption, the birth mother does not have any contact details for the adoptive parents, and thus, no way to reach them. Even if she could find the adoptive parents, once she gave the child up for adoption, she no longer has any legal rights over them.

Here Is A Preview Of What You'll Learn...


  • Preparing To Adopt !
  • The Adoption Process!
  • The Home Study!
  • Helping Your New Child Adjust!
  • And much, much more!

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