For decades, open adoption has been gaining ground, replacing the secrecy and shame once attached to the subject. Examining scores of actual open adoptions, this book focuses, in separate chapters, on infants, preschoolers, school-age children, and teens, showing how love is multiplied and energies are used more productively when family ties are not a mystery.
Corona Publishing Co. (1990), Edition: 1, 193 pages
Examines the effect of open adoption on children of various ages.
0931722780 / 9780931722783
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