Myth about Adoption
Adoption is a process whereby a person assumes the parenting of another, usually a child.. Maximum output with some simple thoughts...
Adoption is the opposite of abortion As long as we have one we don t need the other
Adoption is one option in a society with reproductive freedom Adoption requires motherhood of a woman both throughout a pregnancy and delivery and throughout the rest of her life even if she never sees her child again after birth For a woman in a crisis pregnancy who doesn t want to be a mother, abortion is an important option For a woman who doesn t personally feel comfortable with abortion, but neither feels ready or able to raise a child, adoption is an important option

All adopted children will never see their birth parents again
Birthmothers will always struggle with the emotional pain of placing a child for adoption
Adoption is a more traumatic experience for a woman than abortion
You can t adopt unless you re rich and have a big house
Open adoption causes problems for children
A birth parent or another relative can take an adopted child back
Can I continue with any fertility treatments whilst I apply to adopt
If I adopt internationally

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