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If you're an adoptive parent looking for hope, practical tools, and friends who understand, this podcast is for you! Between the two of us, we represent all three parts of the adoption triad. We've been around the block a couple times with kids by birth, adoption, and foster care. And lived to tell about it.   Don't worry. We get it. And we're here for you.   Gain confidence in your parenting and hope for your family's future. Presenters: Lisa Qualls and Melissa Corkum

AUTHOR(s): Qualls, Lisa , Corkum, Melissa

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Expecting that the home will be the way it was when you left? Are you instead shocked to discover that both you and home have changed? The Art of Coming Home offers the solid advice you need to reduce the stress of making the transition home. Leave-taking, the honeymoon stage, reverse culture shock, and eventual readjustment--The Art of Coming Home lays out the four stages of the reentry process and details practical strategies for dealing with the challenges you will face each step of the way....

AUTHOR(s): Storti, Craig
PUBLISHER: Nicholas Brealey ISBN: 978-1-931930-14-7
SOURCE: Amazon

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Prolonged grief disorder (PGD)  is a form of grief that is persistent and pervasive and interferes with functioning. It’s characterized by persistent intense yearning, longing and/or preoccupation with thoughts and memories of the person who died, along with other symptoms such as identity disruption, a marked sense of disbelief, avoidance of reminders of the loss, intense emotional pain related to the death, difficulty engaging in ongoing life, emotional numbness as a result of the death, fee...
SOURCE: The Center for Complicated Grief

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Third culture kids/global nomads have typically interacted with two or more cultures during their developmental years - those years that shape who they are as human beings. As they go about living their normal highly mobile, cross-cultural lives, they have no clue as to how they are being impacted. But one day they have an experience that wakes them up to the fact that they are different from others. This commonly takes place upon repatriation for college or university when they are surrounded ...

AUTHOR(s): Quick, Tina L. , Reken, Ruth Van
PUBLISHER: Summertime Publishing ISBN: 978-1-904881-21-6
SOURCE: Amazon

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AUTHOR(s): Davis, Miriam
SOURCE: OMF | Missions to East Asia's People

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