25 Facts About Adoption To Melt Your Heart

A must-read list: 25 Facts About Adoption To Melt Your Heart! There is a good chance you know someone who has been adopted, it might even be yourself!

Adoption happens across the world, both domestically and internationally, for many reasons. Compassion, infertility, or the avoidance of a hereditary disease.

Whatever the reason, adoption gives a second chance to children who are looking for their forever homes, and parents who want to share their love with their own children.

Biological or not, the bond between parents and children is special, perhaps made even stronger by the intense process that is adoption.

Whether you are looking into adopting yourself, or are just curious about what the process entails, here are 25 Facts About Adoption to Melt Your Heart.

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Roots

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The 1978 Indian Child Welfare Act allows the tribe and family of a Native American child to be involved in adoption decisions and preference.

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Similarities

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The Colorado Adoption Project took a lot at genetic influences on adopted children and children were more similar to their adoptive parents in early childhood. However, adolescence saw their cognitive abilities mimicking that of their biological parents.


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Close to home

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About 100 million Americans have adoption in their immediate family. This includes being adopted themselves, adopting a child of their own, or placing a child into the system.

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From Abroad

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In 2011, Americans made about 9,000 adoptions. The highest number of children were from China, followed by Ethiopia, Russia, and Ukraine.


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Working together

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The Hague Adoption Convention was established by many countries to help regulate international adoptions. It fights against trafficking and tries to make the process of finalizing the child’s citizenship in their new countries more quickly and easily.

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