Adoption Papers

  • Foreign Adoption

    1007 words, 5 pages

    In the last three decades, U.S. citizens adopted more than 265,000 children from other countries (U.S. Department of State). Inter-country adoption is an option most potential parents should consider when starting a family. A child growing up without a loving and caring parent is devastating because a child is missing the proper support and guidance that a family can provide. The Hague Adoption Convention states “[A] child, for the full and harmonious development of his or her personality, should grow up in a family environment, in an atmosphere of happiness, love and understanding…Inter-count

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    Proposal Paper

    1011 words, 5 pages

    Human Service Scenario Analysis Jennifer French University of Phoenix Human Service Scenario Analysis My client is an 18 year old male who resides with his grandparents and has been there his whole life. As a toddler, his parents gave him up, stating they didn’t want him anymore. He was old enough to understand what they meant by that. His grandparents said they would take him in. He goes off to live with grandparents. Parents have another child and graciously keep this one and despise him with regrets. His grandfather is very strict on him no matter what he does.

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    Abortion: Pro-life Or Pro-choice?

    1259 words, 6 pages

    Today, abortion is a big issue concerning women because for years it has been said that abortion should not be legal. Many people feel aborting an unwanted child or killing an unwanted child should be against the law. Not to long ago, my mom told me an interesting story. She told me that when I was younger and she had gotten pregnant with my little brother, she was going to have an abortion. When I heard her and my father talking about it, I got very excited because I thought I was going to have a little brother. I could not imagine my life without him. I saved his life, because my mom d

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    1507 words, 7 pages

    Have you ever wondered why you are exactly the way you are? Maybe you thought to yourself, “Why do I have brown eyes, why do I have a heart murmur, why am I so tall?” Then you look to your parents and realize that you inherited those traits. People who are adopted have no real way to find out those things. They do not know their past, and they certainly do not know their future. The decision that some people have to make to put their child up for adoption is a huge decision. The reasons that people have for putting their child up for adoption varies from on

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    Open Adoption The Best Option

    1512 words, 7 pages

    In the 1960s adoptees began an open adoption movement. With this movement the adoptees sought to eliminate secrecy that surrounded their closed adoption records (Rompf 1). Over time it was discovered that it was very critical for adoptees to have knowledge of their biological history. If this need is neglected, it can often lead to very serious emotional problems. With this knowledge, open adoption became a more notable option in the United States. Now that open adoption is becoming more popular, different branches of open adoption were formed. The four branches that were formed began with re

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    Because I Love You

    1774 words, 8 pages

    Pat seemed to have a wonderful life. She had been raised by amazing parents and loved sharing her childhood with her younger sister. When she was twenty years old, she had a great career ahead of her. But after a devastating breakup with her first love, whom she had dated for four years, Pat’s life seemed to be turning upside down. But after trying to move on with someone else, Pat became pregnant. With the father of the child out of the picture and her recent job loss, Pat had to make a decision. Even though she loved her baby, she knew she could not give her baby the life she wanted him to

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