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Birth Mother Matters Adoption 2 #103: Confessions of an Adoption Agency Director

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Birth Mother Matters in Adoption 2 #103: Confessions of an Adoption Agency Director

Here is the raw, the real and the behind the curtain information.  I have no inhibitions about discussing these issues that we are about to dive into; everything we do- we do transparently.    

 Is Domestic Adoption Risky?

Yes, in can be.  Just as infertility may be risky or a traditional pregnancy.  Risk is an all-encompassing word and there are varying degrees.  Some adoptions may appear less risky or more risky at various stages of the adoption journey. 

Some adoptions may start out as a lower type risk adoption, but circumstances in the birth parent’s lives may change, which in turn may make their adoption plan less stable.  Examples may be: their financial situation may change in a positive direction, family members may take issue with their adoption choice, or maybe they may not form a connection with their adoptive family- as they had expected. 

Listen to this podcast to learn.

 

 

 

 

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