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OT book recommendation for adoption issues

Posted by zenhussy on October 9, 2008, at 15:51:38

In reply to And something jumps out at me here, too... Cal, posted by Racer on October 9, 2008, at 14:26:39

Cal and Racer,

As a person of adoption and someone who has recently been along side a friend who had been through foreign adoption over the past few years there have been many books brought to our attention we'd never seen before.

This book was of such quality we sent copy to our mother in hopes of explaining much of what we experienced throughout childhood and continuing on into adulthood. She read it but unfortunately she passed before we were able to discuss the book extensively. We're grateful that she finally had something that could express and explain much of what we weren't able to articulate. It was very healing the few conversations we did have about this book before her passing.

Twenty Things Adopted Kids Wish Their Adoptive Parents Knew -- Sherrie Eldridge
Delta Pub. 1999

Extraordinarily informative for both sides of the fence on the adoption issue. For the child of adoption and for the parents who choose to adopt.

hth both of you in your respective situations w/ regards to adoption.




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