Answers to the Top Questions Women Ask About Adoption

by | Jun 28, 2016 | Birth Parent Blog

24_questions.jpgYou probably have tons of questions as you think about making an adoption plan for your baby or child, such as “how could someone give their baby away?”, “what’s open adoption?” and “will I ever see my child again?”

Every woman who has chosen adoption started with questions. To help answer these, Lifetime has created a short eBook that you can download. It answers the top 24 questions women have about adoption.

By signing up here to get our eBook, you’ll also get a podcast of Lifetime’s coordinators answering the top 3 questions women ask about adoption. The questions they talk about are:

• Can I see my baby after placement?
• Can I get assistance while I’m pregnant if I’m going through a rough time?
• What are the steps to choosing adoption for my child?

Becoming educated can help you feel better about the decision you make—no matter if it’s to do adoption or to parent. Our eBook download gives you info on adoption, answers to questions you’ve been wondering about, and provides resources to help you in exploring your choices. You might also want to share this eBook with your baby’s father and members of your family who will be affected by your decision on adoption. It will help answer their adoption questions, too!

It’s normal to have many questions about adoption as you think about the plan you’ll make for your child. It helps to talk and learn as much as possible. Call anytime or message us online: 1-800-923-6784.


Download “Answers to Top Adoption Questions” here!

Mardie Caldwell Certified Open Adoption Practitioner
Written by Mardie Caldwell Certified Open Adoption Practitioner

Mardie Caldwell, C.O.A.P., is nationally recognized as an expert on open adoption. A Certified Open Adoption Practitioner (C.O.A.P.), Caldwell is the founder of Lifetime Adoption Center, established in 1986. She has assisted in over 2,000 successful adoptions and was one of the first adoption professionals on the Internet.

Caldwell’s life work is dedicated to educating and helping birth parents find the right adoptive parents for their child. She spreads the word about modern adoption through speaking appearances, webinars, online resources, and as a podcast show host.

She has written several award-winning books, including So I Was Thinking About Adoption, the first book of its kind. There are many reasons women choose adoption, and this short book is a comprehensive resource to make the best plan for you and your baby. Caldwell wrote So I Was Thinking About Adoption as a handy guide to the details of the adoption process.

Caldwell has made over 150 media appearances, including ABC News, CBS News, Larry King Live, CNN Headline News, NBC’s The Today Show, CNN’s The Campbell Brown Show, NBC News, KGO Newstalk Radio, CNN’s Black in America II, MSNBC, Fox, PBS, BBC, and Dr. Laura.

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