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In this unique book, the reader is provided with a description of the unfolding of the adoptee's personality from birth, detailing each developmental milestone along the way, followed by different methods of healing the adoptee's wounds, including inner child work, visualizations, healing affirmations, and anger management. Every chapter includes a Myths and Realities of adop In this unique book, the reader is provided with a description of the unfolding of the adoptee's personality from birth, detailing each developmental milestone along the way, followed by different methods of healing the adoptee's wounds, including inner child work, visualizations, healing affirmations, and anger management. Every chapter includes a Myths and Realities of adoption section, a summary of the chapter and exercises to do on one's own.


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In this unique book, the reader is provided with a description of the unfolding of the adoptee's personality from birth, detailing each developmental milestone along the way, followed by different methods of healing the adoptee's wounds, including inner child work, visualizations, healing affirmations, and anger management. Every chapter includes a Myths and Realities of adop In this unique book, the reader is provided with a description of the unfolding of the adoptee's personality from birth, detailing each developmental milestone along the way, followed by different methods of healing the adoptee's wounds, including inner child work, visualizations, healing affirmations, and anger management. Every chapter includes a Myths and Realities of adoption section, a summary of the chapter and exercises to do on one's own.

30 review for Adoption Healing...a Path to Recovery

  1. 5 out of 5

    LuAnn

    While addressing adoptees and birth mothers, this book would be helpful to adoptive parents or those who work in adoption or who counsel adoptees because it addresses the trauma caused by adoption. The author provides practical advise and practices for acknowledging the losses and finding healing, mostly through an inner child approach. However, the author takes the view that all adoptees and birth mothers are traumatized and need healing which may not be the case: each person needs to be seen a While addressing adoptees and birth mothers, this book would be helpful to adoptive parents or those who work in adoption or who counsel adoptees because it addresses the trauma caused by adoption. The author provides practical advise and practices for acknowledging the losses and finding healing, mostly through an inner child approach. However, the author takes the view that all adoptees and birth mothers are traumatized and need healing which may not be the case: each person needs to be seen as an individual and not have their experiences and emotions generalized and almost dictated. He also seems to speak against adoption which in this imperfect world is a sometimes a better option. He does not address international adoption where the circumstances and opportunities to reunite with birth parents are very different, though this book would still be helpful for those who need healing.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Diane Dressler

    I didn't read it cover to cover--it's that kind of book for me, that I won't be done with it for a while. I learned a lot about myself that had been a mystery to me. I didn't read it cover to cover--it's that kind of book for me, that I won't be done with it for a while. I learned a lot about myself that had been a mystery to me.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Sarabeara

    If your an adoptee or are close to an adoptee this book is very beneficial in understanding and detailing the feelings an adoptee feels and the thought patterns they go through. Well worth the read!

  4. 5 out of 5

    Lisa Laba

    an interesting book

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    Mary Stevenson

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    Carrlyn

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    Linda Hoye

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    Melissa Nicholson, LMSW

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    Michael C Varhol

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    Claire Martin

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