Monthly Archives: July 2013

“The Adopted Child” by Judith Land

The Adopted Child Somebody’s adopted child today Will linger all alone Hoping her birth mother will call Before the day has flown. Somebody’s adopted child will weep, Heartbroken and stunned tonight, Because her first mother gone Forgot to call or … Continue reading

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Do adoptees aimlessly drift through life?

Are you an adoptee mindlessly wandering far from your point of origin? Have you silently drifted away from your ancient memories and original course, intention, and point of view? Are you unaware of your own self-identity and potential because you were separated … Continue reading

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2012 International Adoption Statistics

In 2012 international adoptions accounted for 25% of all adoptions in the United States. China and Ethiopia were the highest incoming countries of origin. Recent changes in Russian policy has reduced inter-country adoptions. Texas, California, New York, Florida and Illinois imported the … Continue reading

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