Should you consider adoption for your chilld? We'll help you create an open adoption relationship in which you feel at home: warm, welcomed and accepted.Quoted From: https://www.openadopt.org/considering-adoption-for-your-child/#section-open-adoption-facts-and-myths
"Child-centered open adoptions begin with a close and trusting relationship between birth parents and adoptive parents. This unique partnership acknowledges not only the parties" mutual respect and shared love for the child, but also their separate and distinct roles.
Birth parents and adoptive parents work together to create a healthy foundation for the child. As the child develops and pieces his identity together, he needs the unconditional love, acceptance and support from both birth parents and adoptive parents. Children need to know that these important people believe in them, love them, and celebrate them.
Birth parents and adoptive parents can affirm one another by endorsing the special roles each holds in the child"s life. In a truly child-centered open adoption, birth parents and adoptive parents cope with their own losses so they are able to build a respectful partnership that meets the ongoing needs of the child. We have been so impressed over the years by the ways in which adoptive parents and birth parents have welcomed one another into their lives."
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