While adoption used to be shrouded in secrecy and disconnection, adoption experts & families have discovered how much healthier it is for children to understand & embrace their connection to their birth parents. In this brief video, Barbara Freedgood LCSW describes the nature of open adoptions and explains how to maintain a healthy dialogue with your adopted children about their story.

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