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Birth family members are an important part of any adoption. Every child has a birth
family. Birth parents, birth grandparents, birth sibs and other birth relatives can feel
the impact of a child placed for adoption.
Whether it was four weeks ago, four years ago or 40 years ago, placing a child for adoption can be the most difficult experience a parent will ever have. It is important that birth parents and other birth relatives receive the support that they need to work through their loss and grief. There are people to help with the difficulties that may come with voluntarily or involuntarily placing your child for adoption.
Now, more then ever there is support for birth family members. This support includes books and professionals.
If you are considering placing your baby or child for adoption, it is important to talk over your decision with a professional who won’t sway your decision.
We do not connect birth parents to prospective adoptive parents, but we can connect birth parents to someone to speak with about the decision. As a birth parent, the decision should be yours to make.
Adoption Referral & Information Service does not benefit from your decision, whether you decide to parent or place for adoption. Call us at 888-777-1538 or email us at Yolanda@adoptionreferralservice.com