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April 17 2014 Adoption Newsletter

Hello everyone! I can't believe another week has passed. Here in the midwest, we are having a mixture of spring and winter weather. Over the weekend, the temps rose to 70 degrees, and then we got an inch of snow on Tuesday! But everything is looking more springlike again and flowers will be blooming before we know it.

As we head into Easter weekend, it's the perfect time to reflect on all of the positive things in our lives. One of those positives is adoption. Unfortunately, not everyone presents adoption in a positive light and sometimes the words people use to talk about it are disrespectful or offensive. This week's article at the adoption site at BellaOnline talks about this important topic.

Positive Adoption Language
Do you use language that is positive and respectful when talking about adoption? Some people without even realizing it may use terms that can be considered hurtful or offensive. Here's a look at a few common adoption language faux pas - and some more respectful alternatives.

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Deanna Kahler, Adoption Editor

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