Everybody Owns a Scar: Trials in an Open Foster Adoption

By Lori Holden

Lynn Sollitto tells of the difficulties that arose for her when a desire to remain open to her daughters’ first mother collided with the imperative to protect her children from unsafe and unpredictable situations — either which could lead to physical and/or emotional trauma. Foster Adoption / Infant Adoption In 2008, my husband and I … Continue reading Everybody Owns a Scar: Trials in an Open Foster Adoption

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Lori Lavender Luz
"I write from Denver, and I’m passionate about de-freakifying open adoption and ending discrimination against adoptees. I’m in the trenches figuring out this parenting thing. I notice perfect moments and encourage you to do so, as well. I am a New Age Libertarian. I study the chakras, practice yoga and ayurveda, and tell stories. My book, The Open-Hearted Way to Open Adoption: Helping Your Child Grow Up Whole — written with my daughter’s birth mom — was recently published by Rowman & Littlefield and is garnering rave reviews." Find Lori here: http://lavenderluz.com/

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