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Attachment & Bonding
Attachment at Adoption.com Symptoms, risks, treatment types, and family experiences to help parents understand what is and what isn't attachment disorder and how to help children with attachment challenges of varying degrees. Attachment & Bonding Articles From the Adoption.com Library ... What can you do while youíre waiting?
Talk with other adoptive parents Find out what issues they deal with, what parenting methods they use, what works and doesn’t work. Offer to do respite for them, or to be a mentor for their child. If you tell the families that you are going through the adoption process, they are usually... The Beginner's Guide to Adoption
INTRODUCTION "We can't have children of our own, and we're thinking about adopting a child. We feel really nervous about what we've heard about adoption and adopted kids. Would we love an adopted child as much as a child we produce? If we decide to adopt, we have no idea how to find a... Adopting a Child in Britain
Adoption Allowance: Regular payments by an adoption agency to an adoptive family, either to help financially with caring for a child who has expensive special needs (enhanced adoption allowance), or to help a family adopt who would otherwise not be able to afford to do so. They can be applied for...
"Attachment Disorder" in the News
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Parents struggling to deal with the death of a child, a child with cancer or a disability may find comfort online. Online support for grieving parents, and a place to offer comfort
Parents struggling to deal with the death of a child, a child with cancer or a disability may find comfort online. Emotional crisis! Ditching my iPhone for a new gadget love
The best therapy of all for Crave's Michael Franco? Opening the Galaxy Note 3. (Credit: Diane Curry) When I got my first smartphone five years ago -- a shiny new iPhone 3GS -- I was like a proud papa. I bragged about it everywhere I went, saying it had been the one piece of technology I'd... 'Quite a journey' says mom who adopted Romanian orphan
After the Iron Curtain was torn down almost 25 years ago, childless western couples flooded into Romania looking to adopt. Suzanne McFarlane and her husband were among 1,400 Canadian families who did. McFarlane first saw Jennica from a taxicab on Feb. 14, 1991, as the little girl wandered, alone,...
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When Talking to Friends Doesn't Help
May 12, 2013, 10:29 pm
Parents of Reactive Attachment Disorder kids are caught in a bind. On the one hand, few of us just happen to have within our circle of intimates close friends who are also parenting RAD kids. On the other hand, we need a lot of support from our friends exactly because we are parenting in such a... Why Can't I Reap What I Sow?
April 5, 2013, 7:30 pm
It is SO frustrating to be my daughter's mom for nine, count 'em nine, years, and she STILL won't come to me with a problem. I know all the background about brains that didn't form vital connections, fight or flight, reactive attachment disorder, fetal alcohol impaired social skills and so forth.... Did Ted Bundy Have RAD?
June 23, 2013, 11:02 pm
It's a long story, but I just finished reading a book about Ted Bundy. The book I read,†The Stranger Beside Me, was written by Ann Rule, a former Seattle cop-turned-writer who just happened to work with Ted Bundy on a suicide hotline in the early 1970s. Ms. Rule had already started researching...
"Attachment Disorder" in the Adoption Forums
Hoping we made the right decision. Child with RAD...
February 11, 2014, 1:11 pm
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My husband and I are in the process of fostering to adopt a sibling group. Two girls, 10 and 13. They are family to us (my husband's side) and have been in foster care for many, many years. We thought they had been adopted eons ago. Thanks to the internet we found out...
January 10, 2014, 9:27 pm
There was a discussion here back in Sept. about a couple of our kids (mine and MadeofStars, if I remember correctly) asking if our kids sounded like they had depression or was it just symptoms of attachment disorder (which mine also has). If I remember correctly, it sounded more like ODD to some of...
Alternatives to ADD Medication
January 6, 2014, 7:14 am
Has anyone had any success with homeopathic ADD remedies? My daughter has ADD (no hyperactivity) but my husband is strongly against medicating her. I am open to medication because she is making life unbearable at home. She does not yet have a diagnosis from her doctor, but the psych eval through...
Stories About "Attachment Disorder"
Sibling Adoption and One Adoption Failing after Finalization
It wasn't until a summer afternoon in August 2008, four years after the adoption, that I found the courage to begin to write the "un-writable," a chronicle of my family's fall into, and... Adoptive Motherís Story
Hi, I am 38 years old, and because my husband and I couldn't have children, we adopted two beautiful children, siblings, 4 years ago. Our family was perfect ,so we thought.Our son at the time of... Healing My Daughter's Brain
My daughter had a plan to commit suicide this spring, and it was a wake-up call that I will never forget. For many years, we have felt that our daughter, whom we adopted from China at the age of 1...
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Attachment disorder - Purestorm
22 March 2013 19:10. Follyhouse Photographer Location United Kingdom Leicestershire Hinckley: Quote from photostore "attachment disorder" I'm sure that's what some photographers get towards "their new model"