Do you ever feel confused about what went wrong in your foster or adoption story? Are you fearful about the future of your marriage and your children? Do you ever feel overwhelmed and desperate for help? You are not alone. This book is for the wonderful-hearted people who stepped into adoption with dreams of loving a child to wholeness, only to find that children who hurt sometimes hurt people. Written by Marcy Pusey, this book is for parents who feel overwhelmed, desperate, and depleted. Or for the friend or family member who has watched the adoption story of their loved one unravel and felt helpless.
BOOK REVIEW: Mama’s Waves and Daddy’s Waves
by Chandra Ghosh Ippen Ellie’s mom did not come for their visit, and Ellie is stuck in a cloud of sadness and anger as she tries to understand why. Fortunately, Miss K. and Ellie’s Uncle […]
BOOK REVIEW: The Seven Core Issues Workbook for Parents of Traumatized Children and Teens
By Allison Davis Mason and Sharon Kaplan Roszia Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2022, ISBN: 978-1-78592-823-9, 255 pages, $29.95 This new workbook is a companion to the authors’ original book, “Seven Core Issues in Adoption and Permanency.” […]
Book Review: You Are The Prize
Former foster youth and advocate Amnoni Myers shares her journey through foster care providing advice on helping other young people navigate difficult transitions. Myers can be heard on the new Diaries of a Black Girl […]