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Adoption history and the lasting impact of not doing it right…

By TAO

I know – two posts in one day.  I over-did it yesterday and have done my best not to go lay-down and sleep because that will mess up my sleep tonight.  This morning I followed a link from twitter and ended up reading the first link.  I don’t know who provided the link, but reading it made me incredibly sad – not just the lies, but the mis-information that made it so much harder for Michael.  It’s from 1999 and long to be published in the NY Times – about the era when I was adopted. Read the rest of this entry »

 
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Now I understand…well not really…

By TAO

Apparently why international adoption is such a mess and broken is because of:

“Bureaucratic wrangling and administrative delays have caused this crisis.”

Nothing to do with cases of corruption, or fraud in-country, or overloading an already fragile social system by adoption agencies rushing into a developing country… Read the rest of this entry »

 
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