The Big Questions

AF looks at what's going on in the school-age child's mind, and offers tips for talking about adoption, especially when they ask hard questions you'll have a hard time answering.

From the July/August 2009 issue.
Talking about adoption can lead to some big questions

Between the ages of six and eight, children begin to ask more sophisticated questions about adoption. Here are some ways to respond.


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