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Join our guest , the wonderful Deborah Gray, author of two of the seminal books on attachment parenting and bonding in adoption, Nurturing Adoptions: Creating Resilience after Neglect and Trauma, and Attaching in Adoption: Practical Tools for Today’s Parents. Adoption, adopting, adopting a child, adopting a baby, infant adoption, domestic adoption, international adoption, adoptive parenting, attachment, bonding, adopting from China, adopting from Russia, adopting from Korea
Second Time Foster Child is a book about a boy who achieved permanency through adoption and who became a "second time foster child" as a result of the trauma he sustained prior to becoming a first time foster child. This week's topic explores the Adoptive & Safe Families Act which sought to move masses of children out of foster care and into permanent homes. Was the law effective or short-sighted?
Members of the Ohio Birthparent Support Group will discuss Difficult Dialogues: The Essential Conversations that Prospective Adoptive Parents MUST Have Before, During and After Placement. What they wish all current and prospective adoptive parents knew about how birthmothers feel and what they need in the adoption relationship. birthmother, birth mother, birth parent, first mother, adoption, placing a child for adoption, domestic adoption, open adoption, adopting a baby, adopting a child
Adoptive parents Mark and Tyler found the joy of their life in twins conceived in rape even knowing before they were born that one had spina bifida. Hear their amazing story of love proving all children are wanted. Julia and Andrew Schoch also know the incredible love for and from a rape conceived child. It doesn't matter how we are conceived we are coming. Bob Kurz is a lover of life in a close relationship with his Creator. His book Formation Generation shows parents how to be ac
Can you breast feed a child you did not give birth to? Should you? How do you breastfeed as an adoptive mother or mother through surrogacy? Listen to Dawn’s interview with Alyssa Schnell, International Board Certified Lactation Consultant, and author of Breastfeeding Without Birthing: A Breastfeeding Guide for Mothers through Adoption, Surrogacy, and Other Special Circumstances
Blog summary of the show and highlights can be found here: Blog summary of the show Highlights More Creating a Family resources on breastfeeding without birthing can be found here.
Adopted children process adoption differently at different ages and developmental stages. How can parents help their children understand the concept of being adopted. Our guest is Debbie Riley, Chief Executive Officer at the Center for Adoption Support and Education and marriage and family therapist with more than 30 years’ experience working with adopted kids and adoptive families. adoption, adoptive families, adopting a child in the US, adopting a US child, adopting in the US, international adoption, transracial adoption
Blog summary of the show and highlights can be found here: Blog summary of the show Highlights More Creating a Family resources on talking with children about adoption can be found here.
The Primal Wound theory has been dividing the adoption world for years. Dr. Marcy Axness, an adoption therapist , adult adoptee, and author of Parenting for Peace, has written eloquently on the topic and will be our guest to explain what adoptive parents need to understand about this theory, and how it impacts their children both now and in the future. Adoption. adoptive parenting. Adopting a child. Parenting adopted children. Psychological development of adopted children.
In May, we celebrate Mother's Month on "Co-Parenting Matters," and this year we're celebrating with some of our favorite moms. Join us as we talk about step-mothering, single motherhood, adoptive motherhood...and of course, co-parenting, with our special guests: Stacia L. Brown, founder of BeyondBabyMamas.com; Friend of Co-Parenting 101, PhatKeke; Heather Hetchler, founder of Cafesmom; Amy Urbach, founder of blendedandbonded.com; and Sherry Thomas, Mike's wife, and stepmom to Mike & Deesha's kids.
Part 1: Supreme Court Takes up Native-American Adoption Case
Guest: Phillip J. (Jay) McCarthy
Partner at McCarthy Weston PLLC in Flagstaff, Arizona. He is currently representing the American Academy of Adoption Attorneys in this case writing an amicus brief supporting the adoptive couple.
Part 2: Massachusetts Special Senate Election Update: Rep. Markey v. Rep. Lynch
Guest: Frank Phillips
Statehouse Bureau Chief for the Boston Globe
ALL Mother's Are Here Because They Care!
Aunt Jewel Bedtime Stories & Co-host, StarFish Celebrates & Honors All Mom 's to show our gratitude in making a Difference in our/your Lives.
Mom, Step-Mom, Adoptive Mom &/or Grandmom's they created You because they cared to bring you in the WORLD & SHOW You Love!
They remind you to LOVE and Provide the History to carry onTraditions and your Family Roots.
Join Aunt Jewel Bedtime stories on Sunday at 7:30 PM (EST) to get the kids Bed Early. They & We need our Rest: ) Listen to stories and Sing Songs with Co-host Starfish and You the audience. Tun in children, Mom, Dads, Nana, Poppi and others.
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My Journey of Faith with Host, Cynthia McCutcheon
Every Thursday at 2:30pm
With Mother's Day just a few days away, Cynthia talks with Kristy Mullins a wife, an adoptive mom and an encourager of other moms. Join us as we share God stories of adoption and the important role of encouraging others.
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Listen in to the Whole Woman at 11:00 am Thurs. 5/9/2013, as Lisa Shaw shares the message: How do you spell Mother? S I G N I F I C A N T.
Mothers (birth and adoptive), Grandmothers, Godmothers, Aunties, Foster Moms, Group Home-Moms, Guardian-Moms, Spiritual Moms--and all women who pour into the lives of children young and into adult-hood, you are welcome to listen in. You are all important to the generations you are pouring into and those who will come after them.
A mother who loves her children, will understand that her children are a gift and parenting (loving, nurturing, mentoring, influencing, developing, disciplining and pouring into the life of a human being), is a privilege not a right. Being called "mother", comes with great blessings and some challenges. We must be significant in the lives of our children young and adult. There are 4 specific ways Lisa will share with you that Mother's are significant.
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