Is there a difference between a consequence and a punishment? No. Allow me to explain. Consequences as we’ve come to know them are a logical
To begin with, I am an adopted child. I was adopted in the 40’s in a closed adoption, but I believe that although adoption has
Children are placed in adoption for a variety of reasons. More often than not, children who have been adopted are curious about the circumstances that
We examine the belief that teens are too much trouble, too broken, too set in their ways to fit into our families. LITTLE ROCK, Ark.
Shame. It’s an uncomfortable feeling that most of us know. It sits in the deepest places within us, in the parts of ourselves we rarely