Created specifically for adult adoptees, “Voices Unheard” is a journal designed to guide individuals similarly to working with a therapist. Writing in the journal provides individuals to explore their feelings and work toward deeper healing. With 52 weeks of writing prompts, “Voices Unheard” is driven by themes and includes additional resources, including a glossary, and guidelines. The journal also includes a script support groups moderators can use to guide conversations. Written by an adoptee and licensed mental health care provider, “Voices Unheard“ is designed with the enduser in mind.
Book Review: “Redefining Normal”
Redefining Normal How two foster kids beat the odds and discovered healing, happiness and love By Justin and Alexis Black Justin & Alexis Black, 2020, ISBN: 978-1-7345731-3-8, 285 pages, $16.99 Only 2% of the population […]
Book Review: Dear Wonderful You …
This book was written by a global community of adult adoptees and adults who were fostered, and includes letters penned to the upcoming generation of adopted and fostered youth. The mission of “Dear Wonderful You” […]
When Family Steps Up
A look at how some kinship families are faring as National Kinship Awareness Month gets underway. by Valarie Edwards Twelve years ago, life changed for 68-year-old Danny Baker, and his 67-year-old wife Angie, when their […]