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Prayer for Your Adopted Child...March 2017 Calendar

March 2017 Prayers for Your Adopted Child

Friends, this is downloadable! Use it in conjunction with my daily memes on FB!

Prayer Calendar for Your Adopted Child-February 2017

Dear friends,

For the next year, you can receive a prayer calendar for your adopted child right here!

There is a prayer for every day, accompanied by a graphic that will be on my author page on FB–SherrieEldridge.AdoptionAuthor.

I hope this will be a blessing to you, your child, and family.

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When A Gift Isn't A Gift

Confessions of a co-dependent

Here’s my gift for you!

What?

You don’t want it?

Tough life lessons.

We all get them.

More than likely, they come in the midst of suffering.

Suffering is the catalyst that brings forth the gold.

“But he […]

The Best Is Yet To Be

What do you associate with the words “the best is yet to be?”

Is this what we’re to remember when we breathe our last?

Does the best mean heaven?

Is it what we say sarcastically as we age?

Do you say it to someone who has just lost a loved one?

There are few that […]

Baby X Discovers Jewish Roots

Dear friends…

Finding clues about birth family history sends me on an adrenaline high. I love being a sleuth and solving adoption mysteries.

Just my first name–Baby X–makes me curious!

Clues come in the most unexpected times and ways, oftentimes through the least likely people and circumstances.

As I have turned over every stone […]

A New Letter to My Late Birth Mother

 

Dear friends,

As I put on my camel-tan sweater vest and embroidered cowboy boots, I said to my husband, “I am beginning to look at lot like Elizabeth, aren’t I?

He smiled, shaking his head affirmatively.

Elizabeth is my late birth mother and this letter is dedicated to her memory.

When I first reunited […]

How Can An Adoptee Honor Abusive Parents?

Addictive Adoptive Parents

Dear friends,

There are seven million adult adoptees in the United States.

I am one of them.

Out of those seven million, how many have or are suffering abuse from their adoptive families?

I am one of them.

For years, I’ve navigated my way through what I will name the “triple bind.”

The Triple […]

What Is The Dark Night of the Soul?

Darkness of the Soul

Dear friends

Plumbing the depths of Scripture to learn what “the dark night of the soul” means, I came across information about Mother Theresa that has profoundly impacted me. Simply put, the dark night of the soul is when one feels abandoned by God himself.

Mother Theresa began her dark night of the soul after […]

Adoptive and Birth Parents: Don't Let Adoptee Excitement Fool You On Memorial Day

Dear parents,

You come to mind during this holiday weekend.

Holidays are such busy times, and they are often triggers for adoptees.

Why?

We get overloaded emotionally.

So, read the following chapter and replace Memorial with “Birthdays.”

I hope this helps!

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