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    A Synopsis on Adoption The concept of adoption is not new to humanity, while it continually evolves and sparks debate, as cultural climates are far from static. Historically, adoption dates back centuries, yet, its role in the Unites States has progressed. Adoption encompasses three sets of lives, consisting of the birth parent(s), adoptive parents, and the adoptee, thus, forming what is known as a triad. Moreover, it has theological roots, and all facets of the triad can result in both positive and negative psychological implications. It is important to recognize all three elements for healing and counseling purposes in the pursuit of enhancing the solidarity of family units. Furthermore, being an adult adoptee provides personal insight…

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    Biological Rights “Adoption is a transformational process bringing parenthood to those who long for but cannot bear children and giving stranded children home, family, and their place in the world”(Van Der Pas). The most important aspect in the adoption process are the children involved. Therefore finding the right home for them is a long difficult process. A person making a decision to adopt, is engaging in a life long decision. It is a contract between…

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    Childhood Adoption

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    The decision to adopt is life changing and you will be anxious to share the news but remember the adoption process can take months or even years. You may want to keep your excitement to yourself for awhile and just enjoy the journey on your own until you have specific news to share. If your family already includes children, they should hear the news before you go “public”. If you feel your child is old enough to understand, you can explain the whole process to them along with updates as things…

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    children (World). About 135,000 children are adopted each year and 107,000 are awaiting adoption (Fogle). Adoption is defined as a social and legal process that creates a new family, giving adopted children the same rights and benefits as those born into the family. There are several ways that children get adopted. Children can get adopted publicly or privately and through these two options they can be adopted internationally, across state borders which is usually through foster care. The type…

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    Benefits Of Adoption

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    and minority ethnic children. Encouraging potential adoptive families to give these children a home is one of the biggest issues adoption agencies encounter (Tickle). In fact, most adoption agencies play a big role in making these hard-to-place children seem as though they are invisible. Most social workers know that almost all the people thinking about adopting want white babies, they normally do not even mention the other children that do not fit that description. Instead, they label those…

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    Should adoptees, race or homosexuality be a consideration in adoption? Today, over 150,000,000 children (18 and under) are without parents. This number includes children of White, Black, Indian, Asian, Mexican, and other races who are in foster care looking for a family. An adoption is to take place if the adopting family is willing to love and accept everything about the child, whom already feels neglected. Love will always come first when taking care of a child. There should never be a law…

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    The Laws Of Adoption

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    When it comes to having kids, one may never think they will possibly have to adopt to achieve their goal of having a family. This holds true in so many states across the country. One important factor that protects the kids up for an adoption are the laws that regulate the process. There are many different Indiana law codes that affect the process from the beginning to the end. In the state of Indiana there are currently over one hundred and twenty-five juveniles waiting to be adopted by their…

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    Stigma Of Adoption

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    Introduction Society has a clear idea what a traditional family is made up of. This is typically seen as a “family unit of a heterosexual couple and their biological children.” Any other forms of a family unit undergo heavy judgment and are often reported as “second best” (Wegar, 2000). In this paper the stigma of adopted families will be research, as well as, the link between adoption and delinquent, anti-social, behavior of adolescents. Research has noted that many families with adopted…

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    The Adoption Process

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    The adoption process influences everyone in the family in a positive way, this whole experience is done to provide a child without a family the opportunity to be part of one. However it takes a toll on other family members especially when other children are involved. The necessity for attention is different for both their birth children and adopted children. Families formed by adoption and birth deal with issues all their own. Adoption is defined as a permanent, legally binding arrangement…

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    Adoption Infertility

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    is built and maintained through love." Adoption is a fantastic way for people that are not prepared to have children to give another couple the opportunity to bring a child into their family. The method of adoption should be looked at as an amazing option. Adoption benefits the birth parents, the child, and the adoptive parents. Adoption can bring an ending to a problematic situation and can benefit everyone involved. Couples work their entire lives to prepare to start a family one day;…

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