Placing Your Baby for Adoption is Not Giving Up
When placing your baby for adoption, know that this is not giving up. You want to give your baby a happy and healthy home and make sure that he or she is satisfied. Adoption is an option that gives you time to manage your life, and the planning process of adoption means that everything is in your hands. That level of management over your life is certainly not giving up, and is a good decision!
Adoption Choices of Arizona is here to help support you in your choices, and to ensure you that you have made a good choice. The whole process is in your hands, as you work alongside your adoption caseworker and counselors. Your adoption team is not only there to support you, but also to guide you through the adoption process.
- How Placing Your Baby in Adoption Works
At Adoption Choices of Arizona, when placing your baby for adoption, your adoption caseworker will ask you questions about what type of family you are looking for, and you will be given many options. Alongside this, should you need any financial or moral support, there are services that can help you. These include financial assistance, medical aid, and counseling, because this will be an emotional time for you, as it is not easy. There are specialists who will understand your case and be able to support you. When you have settled on an adoptive family of your choice, you can opt for a semi-open, open, or closed adoption.
The adoption process is long, but with the support of your adoption team, nothing will be too difficult, because you will have so many people to support you in your choice. Whatever you may need, Adoption Choices of Arizona will be here to help!
- The Loving Families Waiting to Adopt
There are many families who would love to adopt, and so your choice allows for new families to be built, with love and care. This will provide your child, and their adoptive family with a lot of love and care. In no way should adoption be seen as giving up, when it allows for so much growth, love and support. The nature of the adoption process means that every factor is looked into, and so you should know that your choice will help many.
When you choose an adoptive family, there will be many factors to consider. Throughout the adoption process, you will see which adoptive family is the best option for your child. This will allow for you to understand the nature of your choice and that you are doing a good thing.
- Adoption is Ultimately a Choice
Adoption is a choice. Placing your baby for adoption is an option that gives you the freedom to carry out your life as you wish, and through your adoption plan, know that you have made the right decisions. The decision-making process of adoption, and going through it will mean that you can live your life as you envision it, allowing yourself to make plans for you and your child. It also gives you time to think, because the adoption process is not a rushed one. The amount of support and counseling you will receive means that you can always be assured in your choice. There will be check-ins to make sure you are okay, and to make sure everything is going as planned.
The key is that you will have a specialised team who will understand your case and will be able to handle the ins and outs of what you experience.
Know that You Have Not Given Up
Adoption Choices of Arizona wants you to know that you have not given up when you choose adoption. You will be making an informed decision, and your adoption team will be supporting you at every step of the way. You get to choose, and you are choosing for yourself and your child. We are here to support you in your choice, and to ensure that you make the best decisions!
For adoption resources or to begin your adoption journey, birth parents can visit us at Adoption Choices of Arizona or call or text us at 1-480-900-5520. If you are an prospective adoptive family hoping to adopt a baby, please instead, visit us here!
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Victoria writes primarily about fiction, but dabbles in nonfiction too — specifically anything that has to do with social novels based in the Victorian era — and uses writing to understand the world around her. She self-published a nonfiction philosophy and lifestyle novel that she wrote to help others cope with life’s stresses. All of her interests and experiences come through her writing, and helps her focus, bring out central ideas and remain consistent. She hopes her works will aid society in the path towards altruism.