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/

1 Comment on "Everybody Owns a Scar: Trials in an Open Foster Adoption"

  1. Kyla george | August 11, 2017 at 8:53 am |

    The open adoption thing is a sham, I can see it in your writing, you don’t care about those girls (you think you do) but you use them and their REAL mothers to feel good about yourself.like most adoptive parents who like to take a bad situation and make it worse you’ve seated yourself on top of the pyramid and act like your better then everyone else. I hope those girls see through your lies someday and finally free from your pathetic tyranny

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