Watching the Waters blog has a post about adoption and disruption (Disruption is when a family decides they can’t properly parent a difficult child, so they find another adoptive family for their child). Here is part of the article:
“This is a hard post to write, because I don’t want to talk about it, because I don’t want to open us up to attack, and partly because I just don’t want this to be my life.
We need to find a new home for our son, AngryBoy.
I know there are many people out there who do not understand disruption, and to them I say, I am so happy for you. I am relieved that you have never known the agony that the last two years has been for our family, and I pray that you never will. There was a time when I, too, may have been judgmental of disruption. Now I know that it is possible to go to that decision kicking and screaming, but with no other options.
Five years ago, I saw a picture of this little boy…”
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