If you’re unexpectedly pregnant, you’re probably feeling a lot right now—overwhelmed, worried, confused, or alone. Maybe you’re not ready to be a parent, but abortion isn’t the right choice for you either. If you’re considering adoption, these pages can help you understand your rights and your options.
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Adoption: Is It Right for You?
The first thing you need to know is that adoption is a parenting choice. Whether you make an adoption plan or raise your child in your own home, you are a parent. Parenting is all about doing what’s best for your child. Sometimes, placing your baby in an adoptive family is that choice. Find out if it’s an option for you!
Adoption: Myths and Misconceptions
Adoption is often misunderstood and overlooked. There’s a lot of confusion surrounding the topic, and for those considering making an adoption plan, there’s a lot of fear, too. Here are some common myths and misconceptions about adoption and how things really work. Learn the truth about adoption!
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