Dealing With Unsupportive Family and Friends
The initial decision to place a baby for adoption can be extremely hard for a birthmother to make, but that decision can be made even more difficult if the birthmother is worried that she may have to go through the adoption process without the support of friends or family members. It can be difficult for family members to accept the fact that birthmothers want to place their baby for adoption. They may try to persuade the birthmother to change her mind, or they may refuse to acknowledge the situation entirely. Whatever the case may be, it can be difficult to go through the adoption process without support, but that’s where A is 4 Adoption can help.
At A is 4 Adoption, we strive to provide birthmothers in California with the support they deserve during this potentially difficult and emotional time. In addition to offering emotional support through every step of the process, we also offer financial support to birthmothers who may be struggling. Explore our financial assistance page to learn more, and if you’re interested in hearing about the adoption process and how we can help, reach out to us by calling 949-395-7899 or messaging us on Facebook messenger today. In the meantime, continue reading below for a few tips on how you can talk to friends and family members about your adoption plan.