Twenty Life Transforming Choices Adoptees Need to Make

Twenty Life Transforming Choices Adoptees Need to Make Adoptees working through the issues surrounding their birth can face grief anger and questions about their identity Drawing on the stories of than adoptees Sherrie Eldridge shows adoptees how to

  • Title: Twenty Life Transforming Choices Adoptees Need to Make
  • Author: Sherrie Eldridge Fred A. Hartley
  • ISBN: 9781576833070
  • Page: 373
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Adoptees working through the issues surrounding their birth can face grief, anger, and questions about their identity Drawing on the stories of than 70 adoptees, Sherrie Eldridge shows adoptees how to discover their unique life purpose and worth The 20 life transforming choices for adoptees discussed in this book can change your life They ll help you discover answeAdoptees working through the issues surrounding their birth can face grief, anger, and questions about their identity Drawing on the stories of than 70 adoptees, Sherrie Eldridge shows adoptees how to discover their unique life purpose and worth The 20 life transforming choices for adoptees discussed in this book can change your life They ll help you discover answers about issues such as Why do I feel angry or ashamed whenever I think about my birth parents Why can t I verbalize the painful aspects of adoption Where can I gain an unshakable sense of self esteem And much

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    183 thoughts on “Twenty Life Transforming Choices Adoptees Need to Make

    • (copied from my review)I had read Sherrie's first book and was blow away by how wonderful and informative it was. I learned so much about the adoption Triad and felt for the first time that I was not alone in my thinking, so when I found this book on I didn't think twice before downloading it to my Kindle.WHAT A DISAPPOINTMENT!!!! There is no warning, no hint that this book has barely anything to do with learning about the psychology of adoption or even the basics, it was all about god and giv [...]


    • The author and the publisher do a disservice to the readers by not being clear that this is a religious book that uses Christen parables, quotes and beliefs as a basis of the book. It made it hard to read. The tone was, at times, condescending and it seems that if you did not feel similarly to the author than you were not being honest with yourself. Nonetheless, there was some worthy parts of the book especially the author's clear statements about the rights of adoptees to search, to honor their [...]


    • Excellent analysis of the journey to greater self-knowledge and self-empowerment as an adoptee--someone considered legally and rhetorically as a permanent child in our culture.Eldridge is, as in her other books, a bit more god-focused than is my preference, but she does not press others to use that management method.



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