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Do the Necessary Research for Your Adoption Plan

Do the Necessary Research for Your Adoption Plan

Many times when we are faced with a problem that feels too big to solve, we avoid it. We keep our heads low and stay in the dark as long as possible.

 This is true for many women who find out that they are pregnant and are faced with the reality that their lifestyle or situation is not conducive to that of healthy child raising.

 Months can go by and yet you remain indecisive about what to do. Each day you feel the heaviness of what is true but avoiding it seems to be the best solution at the time.

 Fact: The sooner you face the situation the better.

There is necessary research involved when you are making a huge life altering decision such as placing your child for adoption. It effects you, your child and the family that you choose for better or worse. Your research, awareness and acceptance makes a significant difference in the adoption journey that you are about to embark on.

Knowledge is power. Information is liberating. Education is the premise of progress, in every society, in every family. -Kofi Annan

 What are some of the things you can be researching?

  • All of YOUR options

  • All of your resources

  • Adoption Laws in your State

  • Birth Mother Stories

  • Single Parent Stories

  • Closed Adoption

  • Semi Closed Adoption

  • Open Adoption

  • Birth Certificate Laws

  • Adoption Agencies vs. Private Adoption Attorney Representation

  • Proper Prenatal Care

  • Hopeful Family Profiles

  • Etc., Etc., Etc……

Set aside the time to do the research necessary.

Going into a decision blindly only produces additional grief and chaos later on in life.

Do the necessary research for your adoption plan.

This is a good place to start learning about how adoption laws are different in every state:

https://www.childwelfare.gov/topics/adoption/laws/

Going into a decision with wisdom, knowledge and a full awareness, significantly affects the acceptance, healing and peace later on in life as well.

This decision lasts a lifetime.

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