What are the key elements to successful adoptive parenting. Our
guest was Sherrie Eldridge, author of the new book, Twenty
Things Adoptive Parents Need to Succeed.
How to talk with kids about their adoption
How to share really difficult birth parent history with
children. Our guest, Sherrie Eldridge, found out during her reunion
with her birth mother that she was conceived after a rape. She
shared with us how this made her feel and how adoptive parents can
handle this information.
What should adoptive parents do if their children are not
interested in talking about adoption?
Mixed emotions about adoption are very common and they
sometimes express themselves in unusual ways.
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