How to find an adoption support group that suits your family.
Want to do something wonderful for your grade-schooler? Hook her up with other kids who were adopted.
A book club to read about our children’s birth cultures became a support group, a forum to discuss the similar parenting issues we were facing.
Finding someone who understands your child's experience will help him develop a strong sense of self.
Adopted children fare better if they know other kids who were adopted.
My new child opened up my apartment — and my world — to a new group of friends.
Here's what to consider before this summer's session begins.
An adoption playgroup can be a wonderful source of support for children as well as parents.
Preteens need a safe place to explore adoption questions.
Adoption expert Debbie B. Riley, LCMFT, discusses how to explain the death of a birth father to your child, especially when the birth father has been rarely mentioned.