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Real Parents, Real Children: Parenting the Adopted Child (original 1993; edition 1995)

by Holly Van Gulden (Author)

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Required reading for adoptive families, those considering adoption, or professionals in the field. This practical, informative book covers topics of vital importance to adoptive parents with sensitivity and insight. The authors bring years of experience to the complex emotional issues that parents will negotiate, and expert advice on establishing a healthy, loving parent-child relationship.… (more)
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Title:Real Parents, Real Children: Parenting the Adopted Child
Authors:Holly Van Gulden (Author)
Info:The Crossroad Publishing Company (1995), Edition: Revised ed., 288 pages
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Real Parents, Real Children: Parenting the Adopted Child by Holly Van Gulden (1993)

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This is a matter-of-fact guide to typical parenting challenges that might be encountered along the journey of parenting and child who has been adopted, rather than joining their family through birth. For the parent who wonders "is this because of being adopted, or is this a normal part of child development?" this book offers some guideposts. There are some great suggestions for making the fact of adoption a part of everyday life, as well as providing opportunities for children to process and work through the facts of their loss of birth parents and their individual identities. Well written with information all the way through adult-hood. ( )
  tjsjohanna | Feb 14, 2009 |
This was a good book. Lots of info on separation/loss & how it manifests at different stages in a child's life. Lot's of resources for extra reading on many different subjects. Highly recommend. ( )
  autumnesf | Jul 20, 2006 |
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To my parents, Nancy and Norman van Gulden, whose life experiences as parents, through adoption and birth, inspired me and provided the basis for much of my work. - Holly
David, Jonathan and Zora: Thank you for enduring the process! - Lisa
Special thanks to Lucille Soli, without whom we never would have met. - Lisa and Holly
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The concept of adoption is nearly as old as human history.
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Required reading for adoptive families, those considering adoption, or professionals in the field. This practical, informative book covers topics of vital importance to adoptive parents with sensitivity and insight. The authors bring years of experience to the complex emotional issues that parents will negotiate, and expert advice on establishing a healthy, loving parent-child relationship.

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