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In honor of National Infertility Awareness Week, a reminder about seemingly innocent comments and the sensitivity of others who may be in pain.
People may be surprised at how many others feel the same way about loss but never knew it until they reached out to someone else.
Adoption via any path can be rewarding for adoptive parents and especially for the children, who all need and deserve a happy home.
Publishing an adoption story that may resonate with those who dream of a child can yield positive emotional rewards for the author and attainable dreams for the reader.
Books by authors who have travelled down similar roads may offer comfort to those who have lost dear ones or struggle with similar emotional issues and realities.
Parents often forget to count their blessings in life until life takes a frightening turn.
Some stories about adoption give hope and offer compassion to those interested or involved in adoption.
The tragedy in Newtown, Connecticut still lingers in the thoughts of parents sending their children to school in the New Year.
The holiday season may bring the opportunity to set new goals for yourself and your family, including the possibility of adoption.
All families deserve respect from their communities and teaching children tolerance is a valuable lesson.
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