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Helping Your Adopted Child: Understanding Your Child's Unique Identity Paperback – 1 Sep 2008

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5.0 out of 5 stars Must read for adoptive parents 7 Nov. 2009
By Regrets - Published on Amazon.com
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We adopted our daughter in 1971. Our love and the message that she was our special child was all I thought she needed. I only wish someone would have passed on this information to me while she was young. I made many mistakes and misunderstood her need to "be reassured" of her identity and her placement in our family as she entered her teenage years. Many of the scenarios Paul gave related directly to our situation. If you have adopted a child or are considering adoption; please,read the book before it is too late. Regrets in Arizona
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2.0 out of 5 stars Not what I expected 24 May 2011
By K. Pickering - Published on Amazon.com
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I didn't disagree with anything the author said there just wasn't a lot of information here. We have 3 adopted children. Each of them has struggled in their own way with being adopted. We are now raising a grandaughter. I don't see that there was any information in this pamphlet (not a book) that we didn't already know. I had thought of ordering one for each of our children, but I don't see that it would be helpful.
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