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10 Reasons Why Adoption Could Be Right For You

 By: Wendy Swisher

Finding out you are pregnant is supposed to be a happy time. For some, it is a more stressful time than it is for others. Raising a baby is just not in your plans right now, but neither are some of the other options available to you. Have you considered Adoption in Nevada? Here are ten reasons why adoption could be right for you.

Why Adoption Could be Right for You

1. You Feel You are Too Young To Parent

If you are young and get pregnant, it may not be the best choice for you to keep the baby. You are already depending on other people for financial assistance or not ready to settle down. There are too many things you have planned for your life. Having a baby can put a wrench in your plans. Your child’s needs will need to come before any plans you may have. This is where adoption comes in. If you decide giving up a child for adoption is right for you, then contact us at Adoption Choices of Nevada.

2. Not ready to be a parent

Again this coincides with the too young. Sometimes in life, we feel like we are barely taking care of ourselves. Then to find out you’re pregnant and will be adding a small life to the mix is too much. You’re not ready to be a parent or give up your dreams and lifestyle, or take on this big responsibility. Adoption in Nevada gives you the opportunity to continue these paths. Plus, you will be giving your baby a chance at a happy life

3. Lack of financial resources

Life, in general, can be expensive. Between bills, grocery costs, gas prices, and basic needs, it gets stressful. An unplanned pregnancy can add to this stress because now you’re adding another person to the mix, including expensive medical bills that go along with pregnancy. At this point in your life, you just can not afford to raise a baby. That is fine, and adoption could be the right choice for you and your baby.

4. No unwanted pregnancy support

Having no support when you are pregnant or have a baby is hard. There is no one to offer emotional support or to help pick up the pieces when you can’t. Everyone needs some type of support in their life, whether it’s family or just a friend; someone to help guide them.

5. You might consider adoption because you are in an abusive or violent relationship

Abuse or violence should not be something anybody deals with, especially while you are pregnant. Not only will you have to worry about your safety but your babies as well. Not knowing what is in store for you day by day or how to protect your child is not a way to live. Giving up your child for adoption with a local adoption agency may be the best way to protect them. Finding a family to watch over and protect them will be the best gift you can give your child.

6. Pregnancy due to sexual assault

Finding out you are pregnant after surviving a sexual assault can be a confusing time. On the one hand, you do not believe in terminating your pregnancy, but you do not want to keep the baby either. It is too much of a reminder of what you have endured because it is a daily reminder. A Reno adoption would be a better choice. This way, the baby can have a chance at a promising future, and you can heal.

7. Future goals for schooling or career

An unplanned pregnancy at this stage in your life is not what you need. You have every detail of your life planned out. There are education goals you want to reach and career goals after that. A baby thrown into the mix would put a stop to you following your dreams. Again Nevada adoption could be a good choice for you. This way, you can pursue your dreams and not have to put a hold on them.

8. Homelessness or unstable housing

 Having a secure home is important at any stage of your life. When you have a baby, it is even more important. You want them to have a safe and stable environment to grow up and flourish. Having no permanent residence can make the future a scary place. Cause developmental delays and add unneeded stress on you.

9. Mental health

Mental health is important. Many Americans struggle with it every day. If you are one of those people dealing with mental health issues and do not feel you are in a good place to raise a baby. Then adoption may be right for you. Primarily your mental health should be a high priority on your list. If not, then your quality of life can plummet. Considering adoption does not make you a bad person. It just shows you are putting your child’s well-being above all else. It takes a strong person to do that.

10. Choosing adoption can provide a better future for a child

Finding out you have an unplanned or unwanted pregnancy and you feel like you cannot give your child the future you want them to have. Then adoption may be right for you. All we want as parents are for our children to have better than we did. To have a safe and loving environment where they can grow and flourish. If you feel like you cannot provide this for your child or are at a place you are not ready for a child, then adoption may be right for you.

If any of these reasons resonate with you, call a local adoption agency right away. At adoption choices of Nevada, our trained staff will walk you through the adoption process and create an adoption plan that is right for you if you are pregnant and considering adoption but need more information. Adoption Choices of Nevada has been providing adoption and surrogacy services across Nevada since 2012. You can call us to speak to someone now. Contact Us 24/7: 855-940-4673 (Toll-Free) | 702-474-4673 (Las Vegas) | 775-825-4673 (Reno) | 775-884-4673 (Carson City).