This makes the title of this book a little misleading for me.
I found it to be very helpful, and if you are a prospective adoptive parent or an adoptee, it will touch on many of the issues that are inherent to this situation.
I recommend this book to anyone with an adopted child or who was adopted themselves.
Good information if you are planning to adopt or have an adopted son/daughterPublished 1 month ago by Beatriz De Nogales
Out of date information and terminology. Perhaps this was a good book in 1992, but at this point it is a waste of money, and slightly offensive.Published 5 months ago by psyd student
I ordered this book for a friend who's struggling with the issues of being adopted. He e enjoyed the book it was very helpful and informative.Published 6 months ago by UKIE6969
This book has been a blessing for me that I can hardly begin to convey. Having been adopted at seven months old and being raised an only child, never feeling able to question the... Read morePublished 6 months ago by NANCY REMMENGA
The book is well written, but left me (an adoptee) with a feeling of brokeness that I didn't have before I read the book!Published 7 months ago by Shojikat
Amazed how quickly I received my book ... thanks so much! As a therapist, I'm recommending this book to anyone struggling with their adoption (no matter what the age they were when... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Chloe
There is some good material in this book that is worth pondering. Just don't consider it to be at all a rule that all children adopted will be engaged in a lifelong search for self... Read morePublished 11 months ago by PeaPod Momma
Excellent book recommed by a group I attend. Really gives you insite on waht your child is thinking about. Buy this book.Published 11 months ago by Jim