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The Evolution of a Proverbs 31 Woman
I wish I could claim I was born with the heart of a Proverbs 31 woman. But I was not. I was raised in the 60s and 70s when girls were trained for something better than what their moms had. That "something better" translated into a devaluing of family life and an overemphasis on careers. I bought... Adoption Benefits: Employers as Partners in Family Building
Laura Michaels, 33, has been a secretary at the Campbell Soup Company in Camden, New Jersey, since 1982. Three years ago she and her husband, Jim, decided to adopt a child. Because Laura's sister has Down syndrome, she and her husband wanted to provide a home for a child with "special needs." ... International Adoption
It was in the lobby of a hotel in Seoul, Korea, where I first saw her and she was flirting openly with my husband, Jim. There was no subtlety or holding back. Some ancient female intuition seemed to be nudging her to look deeply into his eyes, to reach for his hand, to move her body closer to... Fathering Adopted Children
"The most important...work you and I will ever do will be within the walls of our own homes." -Harold B. Lee After reading stories and ideas in this section, please take about one minute and give us your evaluation on five feedback questions at the bottom of the page. Adoption is a...
"Korea" in the News
S.Korea, Canada wrap up free-trade deal
South Korea and Canada concluded a free-trade agreement Tuesday, wrapping up a negotiating process that began nine years ago and focused on barriers in the auto and agriculture sectors. The South's trade ministry said the FTA would be signed as early as June after legal reviews by both sides.... North Korea
North Korea has developed sophisticated ways to circumvent U.N. sanctions, including the suspected use of its embassies to facilitate an illegal trade in weapons, a United Nations report issued on... North Korea's assembly vote puts some purge rumors to rest
North Korea announced on Tuesday the winners of an election to its Supreme People's Assembly, including a senior army man whose re-election will dispel talk that he had been purged by leader Kim Jong Un. Since Kim executed his powerful uncle Jang Song Thaek in December for treason speculation... Canada and South Korea announce they have concluded a free-trade deal
SEOUL, South Korea - Prime Minister Stephen Harper is touting a free-trade deal with South Korea as a major boost for Canadian exporters looking for a toehold into the lucrative Asian marketplace. The announcement puts an end to nearly a decade of on-again, off-again talks, and marks Canada's...
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"Korea" in the Adoption Blogs
Adoption Remains Open
August 29, 2012, 7:18 pm
I have heard absolutely nothing on the front of Korean adoption. This is actually a good thing because it signifies that the rumored closing of the intercountry adoption program has been held off for now. Though the United States adoption website continues to caution that Korea is looking to... The Great News
October 31, 2012, 5:11 am
I have been following the comments of a reader from this blog and find myself very confused this morning. In the past, I have read on both the United States Intercountry Adoption website and the Joint Council websites where Korea has declared its desire to phase out its need for intercountry... Korean Adoption at a Standstill
September 29, 2012, 3:09 pm
I am so happy to tell you that adoption from this country remains open. For over a year, I have been telling you that adoption from Korea was going to close. This is still supposed to happen. Korea is working toward moving all of their adoption needs being met incountry. When this occurs, they...
"Korea" in the Adoption Forums
another really sad adoption story in the news
February 18, 2014, 10:15 pm
[url=http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2562647/NSA-worker-beat-3-year-old-adopted-son-death-tells-police-hadnt-bonded-boy.htm]Head of NSA's Korea division charged with beating adopted son, three, to death. But he INSISTS the boy fell as his wife supports him | Mail Online[/url]
Stories About "Korea"
A Reunion Revisited
In July of 1999, Suzanne was reunited with the Korean birthfamily she never thought she'd meet. Most amazingly, she was reunited with the identical twin sister she had never known.In the... A Story of Two Mothers: One Adoptive Family's Journey Back to Korea
My fifteen-year-old son and his younger brother were placed for adoption by their birth parents eleven years ago in Seoul, Korea. He and I traveled from our home in Denver, Colorado to Korea this... Are You Looking At Me?
It was a mini-reunion away from China. Recently, my husband Ed, our daughter Sarah Zheng-Kang and I had supper together at Betty's Restaurant in Blue Springs, Mo. Our dear friends, Dale and Janice...
"Korea" on Adoption.com
The Adopted Koreans - Diaspora Politics and the Construction ...
... Western societies as a way of rescuing a non-White child from the miseries of the so-called Third world which includes Korea. 22 This explains why few studies have examined the various consequences of international adoption for the sending countries, ...
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