Alleviating Adoptee Stress at School

If "I don't want to go to school today" is your child's daily plea, there may be an underlying reason for her anxiety.

An adopted child is experiencing stress at school

Every Sunday evening, at the Gordon house, 10-year-old Kelly began complaining about something. Her pains ranged from stomachaches to sore throats. She said she felt too unwell to go to school the next day.


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