A network of adoptive families, birth families, and adoption professionals which exists to improve the lives of children and others touched by adoption through support and education. UFA is actively engaged in community outreach and advocacy to raise awareness of adoption as a loving option.

Saturday, February 23, 2013

Addie's Story, Part 4

The last in the series of Addie's adoption journey...

Addie, thank you for sharing your story.

Being part of an adoption community is so important. Having the opportunity to be mentored by those who have gone before, to make friends who truly understand what you go through in the adoption journey, to be taught about what it means to live adoption and how to do so successfully - all are ways that becoming involved in an adoption community can make life better.

How about you? What do you enjoy about being part of an adoption community? What kinds of things would you like to see United For Adoption doing? Leave your comments below.

1 comment:

  1. So brave to share her story. So many of us can probably relate to bits and pieces of it. It's amazing how you can find healing power in relating to another's story-even if you don't know them.
    Thank you for this.


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