Parenting your Adopted Child

Parenting your Adopted Child

A Positive Approach to Building A Strong Family

Book - 2004
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A refreshingly positiveand practical approachto parenting

Parents of adopted children face some uniquechallenges in addition to all the "regular"issues that come with being a parent. ParentingYour Adopted Child provides helpfultools that enable families to understand andcounter common myths about adoption thatmay be harmful to their children. It alsoclearly demonstrates how parents can effectivelytailor their parenting approach to suittheir child's distinct needs.

Written by a renowned pediatrician whospecializes in helping adopted children andtheir families, Parenting Your Adopted Child answers such common concerns as:

Why, when, and how do I explainadoption to my child and others? How can I help my child deal withadoption at different stages of life? How do I nurture a strong relationshipbetween siblings? How do I bond with my newborn?
Publisher: New York : McGraw-Hill, [2004]
Copyright Date: ©2004
ISBN: 9780071409803
0071409807
Branch Call Number: 649.1 AD35
Characteristics: xvii, 236 pages ; 23 cm
Additional Contributors: Adamec, Christine A. 1949-

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