Adoptee Anger Is Not A Life Stentence

I can’t tell you how excited I am to share what I’ve learned about adoptee anger (mine and yours) while completing the second edition of 20 Life-Transforming Choices Adoptees Need to Make! In the first edition, there was at least one choice I wasn’t aware of. How I needed to learn the truth about anger […]

The Granddaddy Fear of Adoptees

Imagine yourself in sunny Florida boarding a ghost mobile for a ride through Disneyland’s Haunted Mansion. Adults and children clutch the safety bars of their vehicles as they twist their way through the darkened house. Screams of horror break the silence as ghosts adorned in elaborate finery waltz methodically to Bach.

About halfway through […]

An Open Letter to Indiana Adoptees and Legislators

Whenever a newborn cries, she expects someone will take care of the need, whether it is for food, a clean diaper, or touch.

Sometimes, a baby’s cries aren’t attended to. The baby cries and cries but no one shows up. In time the newborn gives up crying and “goes within,” into survival mode, developing strong […]

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