My Child Is a Mother
“Karen was 17, the third of four children in an average American family. When it became apparent that she was pregnant, her family moved quickly beyond the “How could this happen?” stage. Painfully, they learned to give their daughter space and time to handle her crisis in her own way. This is the story of what happened, told with wrenching honesty by Karen’s mother.”
The author concludes, “Today, birthmothers need not suffer the guilt that traumatized earlier generations when they ‘gave their babies away to strangers.’ In an open adoption there are no strangers, only friends.”
Status: 1 in stock (can be backordered)
Publisher: Corona Publishing Co.
DC#: 362.83 St
1 in stock (can be backordered)