The language used in adoption.

18 Feb

They say language is important in adoption, it is, but maybe it’s not the words you think are important, that actually matter most of all.

From 2016 – Brought me home..

Read the comments from the post..

Then ask yourself what you say to your adopted children.

Moving on, another one that touches on the same.

From 2017 – Betwixt and Between

Again, read the comments from the post.

Maybe it’s time to make the language focused on the one adopted and what it should be instead. And maybe this time, it should be created by adoptees for adoptees…

1 Comment

Posted by on February 18, 2021 in Adoption, adoptive parents


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One response to “The language used in adoption.

  1. beth62

    February 19, 2021 at 1:00 am

    I heard this

    “When we accepted him into our family he was 3 weeks old…”



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