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Will You Love Me: Adopt A Child Info Book

by Richard Porter

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Adoption brings a child born to other parents into a new family. Birth parents have a number of reasons for placing children for adoption. In the end, it is usually because they want better lives for their children than they feel they can provide.
Identity formed in early childhood and the strength and functionality of family relationships play a huge role in its development and outcome. By the time children are of school age they are beginning to ask questions about who they are, where they belong and where they fit into the family. ( )
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Adoption brings a child born to other parents into a new family. Birth parents have a number of reasons for placing children for adoption. In the end, it is usually because they want better lives for their children than they feel they can provide.
Identity formed in early childhood and the strength and functionality of family relationships play a huge role in its development and outcome. By the time children are of school age they are beginning to ask questions about who they are, where they belong and where they fit into the family.
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