Filling in the Blanks
People who were adopted–whether as babies or at an older age, and whether in the country of their births or elsewhere–sometimes have a difficult time sorting out their mixed feelings about what has happened to bring them to their families. Sometimes they are reluctant to bring up some of their questions, fearing that they could hurt their adoptive parents. But the experience is very much “there” and can be heavy baggage.
Designed to be used by a young teen with an adult helper, this life book/workbook depends upon a trusting relationship between that helping adult–a parent, a teacher, a counselor–and the adopted person to provide a safe and empowering dialogue for sorting out difficult questions and feelings.
Status: 1 in stock (can be backordered)
Number of Pages: 158
Publisher: Perspectives Press
DC#: 362.7 Ga
1 in stock (can be backordered)