This book offers encouragement and practical information to help you respond to your adopted child’s unique struggles and your own feelings of inadequacy or frustration. It addresses such issues as attachment, adjustment and identity and provides "ten essential success factors for healthy adoptive families."
NavPress (2008), Edition: Rev Upd, 272 pages
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