4 Things To Do For A Healing And Low Stress Adoption Process

Placing your baby for adoption can help you and your child live the kinds of lives you deserve. There are many steps to undertake during the adoption process. These are four things you can do to make the experience of placing your baby for adoption as healing and stress-free as possible: 1. Talk to an adoption counselor about your hopes and fears about adoption. Talking to an adoption counselor can help you sort out your thoughts about placing your baby for adoption. Read More 

Facing An Unwanted Pregnancy? You Don’t Have To Abort

Pregnancy is often thought of as an exciting time full of anticipation and wonder. While this is true for many women, it's not true for all. In fact, some pregnancies feel like nothing to celebrate at all. If you've recently found out that you are expecting, and you're not prepared or equipped to raise a child, you might be weighing your options. While most people know that abortion is a possible solution, it's not the only one. Read More 

Learning About Some Alternatives To Abortion

Finding out that you're pregnant when you've not been planning to have a baby is life-altering news. You may be unsure what steps you want to take after finding out that you're pregnant. The good news is there are many resources out there to help you make a more informed choice. If you're trying to avoid abortion, you may be looking for alternative options. If abortion is not for you, keep reading to learn more about some alternatives to abortion. Read More 

Starting Your Own Family Traditions Builds A Sense Of Security And Belonging

If you are raising children without the benefit of an extended family, you may be worried that your children will suffer from not having strong family traditions that have been passed down for generations. According to a review of 50 years of research published by the American Psychological Association (APA), family traditions strengthen marriages and families and promote stability during times of stress or transition. But not all family traditions are passed down from prior generations. Read More 

3 Tips for Minimizing the Emotional Roller Coaster of Giving Your Baby Up for Open Adoption

While open adoption may be the right answer to your unique situation, it can be tough to deal with the emotional roller coaster that tends to result from the process. Not only are feelings of loss something you'll likely face, but you may question your role and relationship with the adopting family as time goes on. So it's important to take a few steps that will help minimize the emotional roller coaster you experience during the open adoption process and beyond. Read More