By Linda Seligmann
Seligmann saw and interviewed various adoptive mom and dad and youngsters, non-adoptive households, spiritual figures, academics and directors, and adoption agents. The publication uncovers that adoption—once entirely stigmatized—is now usually embraced both as a romanticized undertaking of rescue or, conversely, as easily one amongst a number of how one can make a family.
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