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  • Adoption Vs Closed Adoption Essay

    potentially dangerous life that could’ve led to a terrible, unfortunate ending. People argue that adoptees deserve to know their origins, but closed or confidential adoptions are superior to open adoptions because birth parents and the adoptive families benefit from closed adoptions and children are provided with a better life. There are four main reasons why a couple or single person would choose adoption over having a child of their own. The first reason for choosing adoption is infertility. A lot of people who are infertile don’t like to broadcast their unfortunate medical condition to…

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  • Pros And Cons Of Closed Adoption

    The other choice, adoption, is often ignored” (Lindsay 9). Adoption is not an option that many think of first when they receive the news of an unexpected pregnancy. Parenting is an option that comes with responsibilities some cannot take or some do not want, making abortion a number one choice. Although, adoption can be a complicated process with specific qualifications for the adoptees and adopters it also exhibits benefits that could outweigh the complications. Parents who choose adoption for…

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  • Essay On Closed Adoption

    adopting a child, or when giving your child up for adoption. Those 2 things are whether you want a Closed Adoption or an Open Adoption. Closed Adoption is when there is no contact, information, or anything personal between the biological and adoptive family. Open Adoption is the opposite of Closed Adoption, and it should be the only type of type of adoption in America. First, because denying the adoptees rights to their birth records violates their civil rights. Second, because the birth family…

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  • Closed Adoption Analysis

    discovers that she is pregnant. Juno MacGuff is a quirky, off-beat teenager who doesn’t seem to care what others think of her. When she finds out that she is pregnant, she knows that she isn’t ready to be a mother, but isn’t sure what to do about her most recent dilemma. After talking to the baby’s father, who happens to be her best friend, Paulie Bleeker, she decides that it would be a better idea to have an abortion. However, Juno ultimately decides that she can’t go through with it. She…

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  • Abortion: Open And Closed Adoption

    Some of them are open, semi open and closed adoption. Closed adoptions are very uncommon in the United States. This is when the birth parents have no contact with their child after they are put up for adoption. Many times the adoptive parents don’t even know the parents of their child. And if they do they don’t stay in contact after the adoption. Once a closed adoption is finalized there is no way to open it until the child is 18 years old. A semi open adoption is when you don’t know the…

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  • Narrative Essay On Closed Adoption

    “You’re lucky,” Jenna said, “ You might have been left out in the street by yourself.” Upon hearing those words, I was truly grateful for my parents. My parents have shown me the importance of love; I make sure to show others the same love I have been given. Without them, I possibly could be alone, trying to make a life for myself without any family to support me. My adoption has taught me how to care for others and to cherish everyone around me. Jenna and her family are friends of my…

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  • The Pros And Cons Of Closed Adoption

    In 2008 only five percent of adoptions were closed (Working With Birth). Open adoptions are more common than closed adoptions. Adoptions that are open indicate the biological family of the child can stay in contact throughout their lives. A closed adoption means the biological family cannot contact the child, however, the child can try to reach out once they reach the age of 18. My own experiences with adoptions indicate that closed adoptions should remain closed. Closed adoptions are to remain…

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  • Birth Family: The Ethics Of Adoption

    Adoption is a very controversial topic. However, much of this controversy is caused by misinformation or being ill informed on the subject of adoption. Adoption is a very complicated issue and there are many questions that can be posed regarding the ethics of adoption, but one of the biggest and most overarching questions about adoption is whether or not it is ethical to separate a child from their biological family and place them with a different family and whether the possible emotional strain…

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  • Persuasive Adoption Essay

    Too For those who are a part of the adoption world, one of the most ardently debated issues is whether birth records should be open or closed to adoptees. With this conclusion comes strong feelings on both sides. In most states, adoption records are completely sealed and inaccessible unless the adoptee petitions the court. In 16 states these records are fully or partially available upon request with no court involvement and may rely upon when you were born. In a few states records are fully…

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  • Negative Effects Of Abortion

    MAIN ARGUMENT Adoption versus abortion has always been a very controversial topic. While both sides have benefits, they also may affect many people, especially the mother and child. There are both many positive and negative effects to abortion when it involves the mother. The negatives outweigh the positives, unfortunately. While on the positive side, the mother will not have to care for the child and may be able to carry on with their life, however, that child was ripped from life. If a…

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