- Adoption is a healthy way to form a family.
- Adoption is a choice, rather than second-best, for families who choose this way of building their family.
- Adoptive families are real families, real parents and real sons and daughters.
- Adoption is a long and often difficult process, not an easy way to bring a new child into the family.
- Relinquishing a child for adoption is most often a loving and painful choice by the birth mother who has decided she cannot care for her child and wants to give her child an opportunity for a better life.
- Adopted children are not unwanted; on the contrary, they are lovingly and happily chosen and very much wanted by their adoptive families.
- Adoptive parents do not consider their children charity cases and they do not consider themselves saints or saviors. They consider themselves very fortunate to be blessed with the children in their lives.
- Adopted persons are all around you; adopted persons have made great contributions to society.
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