Are you an adoptee? Find what you need!
Adoptees need NOT to be just looked at and seen, but we need to be heard.
Really seeing someone involves listening that leads to an understanding of the person.
It means seeing all of the person’s unique strengths and weaknesses, and recognizing that those things belong to the person.
Seeing and listening to someone means letting a person tell you what is real and not trying to change who they are to fit your own needs or desires.
Seeing and listening to someone means acknowledging and loving a person’s differences.
To learn more how adoptees are raising their voices and making a difference, check out two perspectives of two adult adoptees by following the links below. You may also contact us to explore any ideas you are learning about and want to explore with us.
Holly Choon Hyang Bachman: Mixed Roots Foundation
Richard Hill, DNA Testing Advisor
Jaiya John: Soul Water Rising
For my adoptive parents
Please don’t be afraid to ask for help!