Two AF readers open up about the painful and rarely talked-about experience of dealing with a relative who never gets on board.
Answers to your parenting questions.
Nosy comments from strangers are one thing. But what do you do when it's a child who's asking difficult questions?
Is your extended family less than savvy about adoption? Here's how to handle it.
Think carefully before sharing your child's story with others.
The more you involve the grandparents (and aunts, uncles, and cousins, too) in you adoption process, the more your child feels like part of the clan.
Kathleen Silber answers a question from a woman who placed a birth child for adoption years ago, and wonders how and when to tell her family.