Heritage trips help children discover their past — and influence who they become. Here, one adoptee describes his journey back to his birth country of Colombia.
In asking that question, was our teenage daughter really asking, Who am I? What am I becoming? How am I different from others?
Preschoolers crave repetition, so give yours thoughtful traditions to love again and again.
Some adopted children may have some sort of separation anxiety, and need constant reassurance that you are indeed their “forever parents,” advises Joni Mantell, LCSW.
A Korean adoptee shares her experience growing up in a conspicuous family.
As she prepares for the adoption of her third child, the author knows it is not just she who must be ready, but also the 9-year-old girl she's fallen in love with.
How do you make sure your child feels good about herself?
Here's what to consider before this summer's session begins.
Learning to love my "barnacle" baby wasn't easy.