Real Parents, Real Children: Parenting the Adopted Child

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Crossroad, 1995 - Family & Relationships - 288 pages
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Required reading for adoptive families, those considering adoption, or professionals in the field. This practical, informative book covers topics of vital importance to adoptive parents with sensitivity and insight. The authors bring years of experience to the complex emotional issues that parents will negotiate, and expert advice on establishing a healthy, loving parent-child relationship.

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Review: Real Parents, Real Children: Parenting the Adopted Child

User Review  - Roozbeh Daneshvar - Goodreads

I think this is a good source for current or prospective adoptive families. The book is clear and it is fun to follow the flow. Although the concentration is on adoption, I think the book might be ... Read full review

Review: Real Parents, Real Children: Parenting the Adopted Child

User Review  - Crystal - Goodreads

This is an informative book for adoptive parents (adopting ANY age of child, or fostering) and professionals who work with families. It is very thorough, although at times a bit dated. Good info! Read full review

Contents

Parenting Is ParentingOr Is It?
3
Bonding The Love Question
13
Grief and Loss
30
Copyright

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