The Life Of An Orphan
Some children do not grow up with the stability of family life. Although orphanages no longer exist in the UK in the…
Food Issues And the Adopted Child
Whether your adopted child is from your local country or abroad, the first few weeks home promise to be challenging.…
Adoption Laws In Florida - Things You Need to
Just like adoption laws in any other state, the laws are pretty much strict in Florida. You won’t find any court…
A Russian Adoption Experience
Life is an adventure and we have been blessed with two special children adopted from Russia. It is hard to say what,…
My Baby For Adoption Helping
How and Why to children Your up for adoption If you know how to utilize babies strategies, you can give your up for…
What Are the Complications of Reactive Attachment
The human mind is very complex and difficult to understand. Neurology and psychiatry have come very far in the past…
Adoption Foster Care Articles (23)
Why Didn't You Tell Me This?
The judge bangs his gavel, and says "this adoption is finalized"! You sigh with relief, you now are a family. This is the ideal world. More often than not, once adoptions or long term foster care are decided, there is a "honeymoon" stage where the child or children are just…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Adoption Foster Care   Jun 23, 2013  
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Adoption Laws In Florida - Things You Need to Remember
Just like adoption laws in any other state, the laws are pretty much strict in Florida. You won’t find any court takes the case of adoption lightly. After all, the risk of child’s whole life is involved in any adoption case. The court has the responsibility to conduct an entire…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Adoption Foster Care   May 11, 2016  
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Food Issues And the Adopted Child
Whether your adopted child is from your local country or abroad, the first few weeks home promise to be challenging. More often, the older child will present with unique challenges as they likely have come from a foster home situation or orphanage. The likelihood that the older adopted child has…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Adoption Foster Care   Aug 23, 2011  
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DCF Is Not Right: Part 5
Hi this is me finishing up I left off on part 4. The last part I left is when I was saying dcf is kid napping kids and selling them. By Law its considered kid napping if they can not present evidence in court. How they got away with it?…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Adoption Foster Care   Mar 24, 2015  
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Adoption Service Indianapolis for A Happy Family
What is the need to adopt? A family is not complete without children. This is the universal truth prevalent from times immemorial. Couples with kids considered themselves blessed and the ones without them always look for alternatives to fill the void. A happy home with a complete family is always…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Adoption Foster Care   Jan 31, 2014  
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What Are the Complications of Reactive Attachment Disorder?
The human mind is very complex and difficult to understand. Neurology and psychiatry have come very far in the past fifty years, yet has much farther to go. Among one of the most challenging psychiatric disorders to treat is Reactive Attachment Disorder or RAD for short. Much disagreement in the…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Adoption Foster Care   Sep 20, 2011  
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DCF Is Not Right Part 6
Hi, This is me again. Here to tell you more about what dcf did to me and my kids. And my oldest son. My oldest son is 20 and living with me. He is also going through court because of his sister putting him in jail as well she lied…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Adoption Foster Care   Mar 31, 2015  
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My Baby For Adoption Helping
How and Why to children Your up for adoption If you know how to utilize babies strategies, you can give your up for adoption any image you desire. The trick is to create the kind of image that makes people want to buy your product or service. Many childrens don't…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Adoption Foster Care   Nov 12, 2014  
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What is A Cognitive Disorder?
Malnutrition, heavy metal poisoning, parasites, illness, and neglect all set the child up for cognitive disorders of one kind or another. Metabolic and chromosomal abnormalities also set the child up for cognitive disorders. Cognitive disorders are often manifested by behavioral symptoms such as obsessive-compulsiveness, anxieties, fears, mood disorders, and post…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Adoption Foster Care   Oct 14, 2011  
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Laser Surgery In Treatment Of Brachycephalic Respiratory Syndrome By Dr Ed Mapesstonebridge Animal Hospitalmckinney, TX
Imagine spending your life with a condition that forces you to struggle for every breath you take. This is what Brachycephalic Respiratory Syndrome does to the dogs and cats afflicted with this condition. Restrictions at various points in the upper airways cause the snorting, labored breathing, and gagging that these…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Adoption Foster Care   Jul 13, 2015  
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DCF is Not Right
Hi my name Tammy, I am going to tell my "DCF" story, I do not even know where to start. It all started at the end of 2008, When my oldest daughter met a 30-year old man at the age of 15, that I knew nothing about. He got her…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Adoption Foster Care   Mar 08, 2015  
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Catholic Charities Closing Rather Than
The Catholic Charities, in Illinois which has served millions of poor adults and children of all faiths is facing a decision to stop part of its services because of its fundamental, religious beliefs or face the loss of millions of dollars in state sponsored money. The Roman Catholic bishops are…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Adoption Foster Care   Dec 29, 2011  
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The Beauty Of Adopting Rescues By Dr Ed Mapes Stonebridge Animal Hospital Mckinney, TX
Vet McKinney TXAs a vet in McKinney, TX, I provide services for the DFW Lab Rescue, DFW Pug Rescue, and the Legacy Humane Society; there are a lot of rescue dogs coming through this hospital. We’ve all seen the commercials about the heartbreaking plight of many of these animals, and…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Adoption Foster Care   Sep 21, 2015  
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Reactive Attachment Treatment
Reactive Attachment Disorder (RAD) is a complex psychiatric disorder typically caused by the inadequate bonding of child and parent. Most often seen in the foreign and domestic adopted child, this disorder can be apparent in infants as young as six months of age. Many causes of this ineffective bonding exist…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Adoption Foster Care   Jul 07, 2011  
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DCF Is Not Right: Part 2
Hi this is Tammy again finishing off where I left off, Top it all off my ex-husband was abusive to me and my kids and went to jail because he is an alcoholic. I almost got my kids back when I went to my first court hearing until "dcf" lied…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Adoption Foster Care   Mar 10, 2015  
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Adoption Waiting Game
Janey described her adoption waiting period as "mental labor". She described it this way - "After I had completed all the paperwork and was matched with a beautiful little girl, I thought I would be united with her rather quickly, but that didn't happen. As each day, week and month…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Adoption Foster Care   Jul 19, 2012  
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The Life Of An Orphan
Some children do not grow up with the stability of family life. Although orphanages no longer exist in the UK in the way they used to (children would now tend to be fostered, adopted or placed in children’s homes) there are still orphanages elsewhere in the world. In an article…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Adoption Foster Care   Mar 02, 2016  
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Your Child And Common Sense
Processing information given to us is a very important cognitive function. In life we need to be able to reasonably deduct the possibilities when we are given situations or when situations could appear. Without deductive reasoning, we can be lost and without what people commonly call common sense. To some…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Adoption Foster Care   Jul 19, 2011  
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DCF Is Not Right Part:3
Hi I am starting were I left off In part 2 Well after my oldest daughter lied on me had me in jail for a whole year after DCF took my kids, she went into my house and took all my belongings with out my permission and will not give…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Adoption Foster Care   Mar 11, 2015  
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A Russian Adoption Experience
Life is an adventure and we have been blessed with two special children adopted from Russia. It is hard to say what, why or who decides your destiny, but in 2001, our lives changed forever. Not just because of 9/11, but just before this horrific event, two children came into…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Adoption Foster Care   Oct 19, 2012  
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Spring Clean Your Life
Spring is frequently seen as another beginning; a time to make new start as you strip away the winter layers, both metaphorically and physically. When you forget about things that do not serve you in the present moment whether it is your heavy winter jacket or a deadly friendship you…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Adoption Foster Care   Apr 05, 2016  
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Bringing Your Child Home
Whether your child is adopted locally or from a foreign country, the probability that your child will have special needs or unforseen problems is quite high. Some estimates are that your child will have 80% chance of some type of problem. Children from foreign orphanages have about a ten percent…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Adoption Foster Care   Aug 09, 2011  
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DCF Is Not Right: Part 4
Hi this is Tammy again, I'm not the only person that this happened to In the State Of Florida or anywhere else, this is heartbreaking to see other innocent people get their kids taking away from you for no reason and put in jail for a whole year. But I'm…
By:  in  Home and Family  >  Adoption Foster Care   Mar 14, 2015  
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