- “Did You Ever Mind It?” On Race and Adoption, by Nicole Soojung Callahan
- Are Adoptees Selfish for Wanting to Search?, by Angela Tucker
- “I Want to Be Myself,” by Lilach Brownstein
Top 9: Family viewing guides and discussion questions.
Make the most of birth family visits, homeland tours, heritage camps, and more.
A birth mother recalls the lonely, sleepless nights of her pregnancy.
One mom recalls the time at the hospital when her daughter was born, and the open relationship they’ve maintained with her birth mother ever since.
An adult adoptee writes about her vivid childhood fantasies about her birth mother, including imagining that her birth mom was astronaut Christa McAuliffe.
The author of “Why a Generation of Adoptees Is Returning to South Korea” answers questions about how she came to write this piece, and the overwhelming response she’s received.
In Memory of Gregory C. Keck, Ph.D.
A feeding specialist addresses hoarding, sneaking food, or consistent overeating.
PHOTO CONTEST WINNERS: “All of Us” – Family Photos
PARENT-TO-PARENT: Specifying Gender When Adopting
AF PICKS: Notable New Reads of 2014
Thank you to this issue’s Sponsors:
Adoption by Shepherd Care
Bethany Christian Services
Cleveland Clinic International Adoption Program
Forever Families Through Adoption
Michael S. Goldstein, Esq., LCSW
National Background Check, Incorporated
Pact, an Adoption Alliance – Pact Family Camp 2015