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79 - I love you vs. I believe in you

I love you.

I believe in you.

 

Two different phrases.  Both essential in parenting, but they don’t have the exact same meaning. The adoption expert,  Robert Hafetz, in his papers emphasizes how important the second phrase is – “I believe in you”. 303 more words

Adoptive Parenting

#78 - Changes in adoptive parenting

 

“The Process of Change in Adoption Therapy” is another of Robert Hafetz’s outstanding papers on adoption.  You can google    Robert Haftez – Academia.edu    to see a list of his articles.  312 more words

Adoptive Parenting

Feigned Feminism Reboot

Russell Moore, author of Adopted for Life, tells a story about meeting an adoptive couple at a conference. They wanted him to see the boy they had adopted from a former Soviet State. 743 more words

#77 New study by Donaldson Adoption Institute

The Donaldson Adoption Institute has recently released a new report titled “Adoption in America Today: The Good, The Bad, and a Path to Reform”. 339 more words

Adoption Issues

#76 Our attitude toward adoption

Once again I’d like to direct you to the papers that Robert Hafetz has written.  You can google –

Robert Hafetz – Academia.edu.

Or scroll down to the bottom of this page and click on the link under Favorite Links. 424 more words

Adoptive Parenting

Thriving Through Christmas 25 Day Countdown Day 14

Welcome to your twenty-five day countdown and thriving guide.If you have been following this series, scroll down past the snowman for today’s tip! Make sure you click the follow via email button on the right to receive your “25 Days of Thriving through Christmas” in your inbox each day! 507 more words

Adoption Journey

At Carpenter Center, an explosion of creativity

As he runs his framed orange and yellow silkscreen painting under a bath, Chris Chow ’20 relishes his time in Annette Lemieux’s “Silkscreen” class. Behind him, Zoe Oz ’17 and James Jacoby ’19 create a kind of figure study of their own as they huddle to share the sink. 150 more words

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