Twenty years ago, when my husband and I adopted our children from Korea, it was suggested that if we loved them enough they would not crave missing identity elements from their past. Somehow, this advice didn't seem right. We wanted to ...The latest expert advice is to expose adoptees early and often to their cultures of origin.
A new study by England's children's rights director concludes that adopted children want more information about their birth family and the circumstances surrounding their adoption. Dr. Roger Morgan says that of the adopted people he surveyed, ...