Letting Go

Adoption disruption is never an easy choice. But parents must remember that it's no one's fault — placements need to be in the best interest of everyone involved, parent and child.

Disruption may be the only option

The decision to disrupt an adoption is agonizing. But if it’s been made, we must focus on the child’s best interests rather than on placing blame, say families and experts.

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