The "Everything" Parent's Guide to Raising Your Adopted Child

The "Everything" Parent's Guide to Raising Your Adopted Child : A Complete Handbook to Welcoming Your Adopted Child into Your Heart and Home

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"The Everything Parent's Guide to Raising the Adopted Child" offers all the essential information any potential and new adoptive parent might need.This essential guidebook is packed with reassuring advice on how to handle the most common issues facing adoptive parents, including: questions to ask before adopting; bonding techniques for each age group - from newborn to teenager; adopting children with physiological or psychological special needs; adopting outside your ethnic group; fielding difficult questions about an adopted child's birth parents; helping the adopted child understand and cope with feelings of loss and abandonment; and, navigating blended families, single parenting, or same sex partnerships. With this book by their side, adoptive parents will be bonded with their child for a more

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  • Paperback | 272 pages
  • 149.86 x 220.98 x 20.32mm | 385.55g
  • Adams Media Corporation
  • Holbrook, MA, United States
  • English
  • 1598696068
  • 9781598696066
  • 1,544,202

About Corrie Lynne Player

Corrie Lynn Player, M.Ed. (Cedar City, UT,) is the author of several parenting books, and she created The Point System, a parenting program that teaches personal responsibility, respect and self-esteem. David Brodzinsky, Ph.D. is a founding member and Senior Fellow for the Adoption Institute. Michael Devlin is an attorney living in Milford, CTshow more

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