Monthly Archives: December 2012

“My favorite adoption story is Anne of Green Gables” Judith Land | Adoption Detective

“I was greatly inspired by Anne, an orphan and unique individual of good character who is hardworking and inspirational. She is relentless, plucky, and succeeds in life through goal setting, perseverance and diligence, and by surrounding herself with persons of substance. I … Continue reading

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Harry Harlow—the mother-child relationship at the dawn of life

“Harry Harlow’s experiments at the University of Wisconsin had extremely powerful implications for any and all separations of mothers and infants, childrearing and adoption. Harlow’s data confirmed the well known psychoanalytic emphasis on the mother-child relationship at the dawn of life.” —Judith … Continue reading

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“Adoption—Choosing by Advantages”

“Human performance is a continuous decision-making process of choosing between alternatives and the greatest of all human aptitudes is the faculty for making intelligent choices. The ability to classify the objectives and place them in order of importance is the … Continue reading

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“Adoption story!—Go for the gusto!—Think of the glory!”

“In order to get the most out of life we need to use our time wisely. That means living in the present, focusing on new challenges, creating positive experiences, envisioning a future full of hope, and enthusiastically viewing the world … Continue reading

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