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OPENNESS IN ADOPTION


  1. Introduction
  2. A Little Background
  3. Should Adoptions Be Open?
  4. How Does Open Adoption Differ from "Closed" Adoption?
  5. But Does It Always Work?
  6. Working Ethically with Expectant Parents
  7. Birthfathers' Rights
  8. So, When Is He Yours?
  9. Full Disclosure
  10. The Commitment
  11. A Case against Artificial Twinning
  12. A Case against Artificial Twinning - The Issue
  13. A Case against Artificial Twinning - How it Happens
  14. A Case against Artificial Twinning - The Ethical Questions in Virtual/Artificial Twinning
  15. A Case against Artificial Twinning - The Professional View
  16. A Case against Artificial Twinning - A Kids-eye View...
  17. A Case against Artificial Twinning - So You've Already Got Pseudo-Twins. Now What?
  18. Parallel Expectancies
  19. The Need for Education and Ongoing Support
  20. At Issue
  21. A Perspective after Living It Both Ways
  22. Resources

This course has been adapted by Patricia Irwin Johnston, MS from Chapter 10 and other sections of her 2008 book Adopting: Sound Choices, Strong Families (Indianapolis, IN: Perspectives Press, Inc.) Adopting was awarded the 2009 Benjamin Franklin award from IBPA as the best new book in the field of self-help and a 2010 Mom's Choice gold medal. It can be purchased in hardcover or Kindle versions here.

 

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