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Brainstorming oepn adoptions - best interest of the child...

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Thinking about giving a child up for adoption, consider an Open Adoption. Having an Open Adoption can leave the door open for the child to have a good and stable environment to be brought up in, but also still have a bond between with the birth family. A Open Adoption can be hard, but nothing may be harder than giving your child up for adoption in a closed adoption and never knowing anything about the child. Open adoption can be created in all sorts of different forms. Letters, pictures or even contact with the child. The adopted family and birth family creates a united front for the
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Unformatted text preview: best interest of the child. The way reason to have an Open Adoption is for the well being and best interest of the child. It is important to remember in an open adoption that the adoption is about the child not about the adoptive parents or the birth mother. There are many advantages to having an open adoption, but the most important advantage is knowing where the child has come from and why there physical appearance is different from the child’s adopted family....
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