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Introduction It was a sunny day in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, when the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH), the Federal agency responsible for the Nation's mental health research, held the fourth of a series of trail-blazing mental health forums on March 26, 2001. But for the 400-plus...
1946 – Film director Steven Allan Spielberg born on December 18, 1946 in Cincinnati, Ohio) is a Jewish American film director whose films range from science fiction to historical drama to horror. He is noted in recent years, for his willingness to tackle controversial issues, such as in... Maryland Yellow Pages for Kids with Disabilities
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Some people just don't get it, and unfortunately for them they often cross my path. My husband not-so-jokingly says that the quickest way into or out of my heart is to insult birthmothers, and insulting our Stacy is just plain dangerous. On the day that I was blessed to receive the latest...
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A Wise Mother
February 9, 2011, 8:28 pm
I love reading and talking about the relationship between mothers and their children, whether the kids are adopted or not, and that is what drew me to James McBride’s memoir about growing up the product of a white, Jewish mother and an African American father. McBride's book, The Color of Water:... The Great Melting Pot
December 17, 2010, 8:35 am
I grew up in a small rural town in Illinois where corn and soybeans was king. There was no racial melting pot in my community. Everyone was Caucasian. The only melting occurring in our community was between those of German, French and English heritage. It was a rural Wonder Bread white... The New Nuclear Family
February 16, 2011, 6:46 am
I grew up in small town America with a mother, a father, and a brother…all under one roof. Like most families I knew, two children in a family was common, as was three, although I did know a family with 18 children...all with names starting with the letter "D." Very few of my friends came from...
"Jewish" in the Adoption Forums
new to this forum with a general question...where do i fit in?
October 4, 2013, 11:42 am
hi, im new to this. im 28 years old i was adopted from Seoul South Korea when i was 4 1/2 months old. my parents are very loving and they always tell me and show me their affection. my biggest problem is where do i fit in? i dont have any asian friends and ive been raised in a jewish home. we dont...
November 18, 2013, 12:21 pm
I'm jumping in here a little late, but maybe you're still watching. I can't speak to being adopted, but I can address the Jewish part of your post (as per my opinion). I was raised as a Catholic, but as an adult I describe myself as agnostic. I married a Jewish man, and we have two sons. ...
November 27, 2013, 3:56 pm
To all my fellow Jewish families... May this season be full of family, food and memories!
To my Christian families... Happy Happy Turkey Day!
November 23, 2013, 5:58 am
C is 2 1/2, so he's getting to the point that I worry about him being confused about why Santa comes to some of his friends' houses but not ours. There is one other Jewish kid at his daycare (9 kids total). His cousins are not Jewish. We've been talking about and preparing for Hanukkah, but...
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For Them to Grow Up Happy
Every now and then I check out what is going on with your site. I would like you to know that I am a birth mother who has given up two daughters at birth. I would like to say that my circumstances... When Infertility Meets Jewish Adoption
In the footsteps of Moses, Jewish tradition encourages having children, many children. The first commandment of the Torah (Bible) is to "Be fruitful and multiply." We consider every child... I Chose Life for my Baby
This piece is adapted from an article I wrote anonymously in April 1989 for publication in Florida's Catholic Newspaper.)This May (1989) I celebrate my third Mother's Day! Because I chose adoption...
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Broughton Jewish (22).jpg. Rabbi Yochanan Goldblatt, head of Beis Yaakov High School for Girls, with Shimon Travers, winner of the Kitzur Prize donated by former chairman of governors Shimmy Pine
The Twenty-Two Books of the Jewish Canon
For those familiar with the history of the Bible, the appearance of the Number 22 as its basic structural number immediately evokes the many ancient testimonies of the Hebrew Old Testament as a collection of 22 books.