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Maternal Drug Use During Pregnancy

The United States is currently facing a serious drug crisis that affects public health, social and economic welfare. Misuse of opioids causes more than 130 deaths daily. These drugs include prescription and non-prescription pain relievers, heroin, synthetic opioids,...

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Preserving the Culture of Your Adopted Child

Parents of adopted children may adopt from different places around the globe, or in various parts of the United States. Depending on who we are, most of us come from various cultures and celebrate different heritages. Transracial adoption can be a big part of the...

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Crafting Your Adoption Budget

Discovering all the potential expenses that go into adoption can be overwhelming. For one, there is no set price. It varies greatly depending on the state and the specific adoption. There are many different kinds of expenses associated: legal, medical bills, travel,...

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Part 2: Dynamics of Sibling Relationships

The relationships created with siblings, adopted or unadopted, can create a positive and helpful environment for the children's development. There are different challenges that can come up for brothers and sisters. The following blog will discuss the different...

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The More You Know: Easing Home Study Anxiety

“Knowledge is Power.” -- Sir Francis Bacon Home Study anxiety is a known thing among prospective adoptive parents. The words all too often provoke sensations of dread and fear. However, the home study process itself is very beneficial. It is conducted by an adoption...

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Part 1: Q&A on Sibling Relationships

Over the years, I have gone through many highs and lows in my life with my own adoptive mother; but, what I did not realize during my low points was the possible impact of my relationship with my older, non-adopted brother. My adoptive mother had a son before adopting...

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