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New Growth Press Helping Your Adopted Child: Understanding Your Child's Unique Identity

Before you decided to adopt, God knew you were chosen for your amazing gift from God. Adopting a child brings unique challenges to the art of parenting. Learn from adoptive dad and counselor Paul David Tripp how to address your challenges with faith as you teach your children their identity in Christ and their place in God's world. Booklet.
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Straight to the Point Booklet

Date:February 26, 2013
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Bonnie
Location:Northern Calironia
Age:55-65
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This is the best booklet ever written on adoption, because it goes straight to the heart of the adoption issue - identity. Many books try to give to you solutions to many different problems and they can be helpful, but this booklet is foundational & I have given away many copies of it. Every person who has adopted or is thinking of adopting should read it.
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Not what I expected

Date:May 24, 2011
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Location:Fond du Lac, WI
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I didn't disagree with anything the author said, but there wasn't a lot of information here. My husband and I have adopted three children and are now raising a grandaughter. All three of our children have struggled with their adoption identity. Adoption is hard work. I was hoping for more practical advice on what we could have done differently. This is a small pamphlet not a book.
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