I found this on ehow.com. It makes me feel angry about all that balogna about it being in the best interest of children. It's about purchasing the right to parent
Asked by Anonymous at 10:11 AM on Dec. 23, 2009 in Adoption
Answer by Southernroots at 1:44 AM on Dec. 24, 2009
Answer by Iamgr8teful at 11:53 AM on Dec. 23, 2009
I read that article and didn't find anything about adoption being in the best interest of the child. I also didn't find anything unethical, such as lying about how open you're willing to be, making promises you weren't willing to keep, or anything like that. Link http://www.ehow.com/how_4491340_baby-as-fast-as-possible.html
Answer by Readerlady at 12:07 PM on Dec. 23, 2009
Answer by SandalsKitty at 12:37 PM on Dec. 23, 2009
Answer by Iamgr8teful at 2:00 PM on Dec. 23, 2009
Answer by doodlebopfan at 3:03 PM on Dec. 23, 2009
Answer by ceejay1 at 5:13 PM on Dec. 23, 2009
Answer by Iamgr8teful at 10:23 AM on Dec. 24, 2009
Answer by 2ndtimewish at 11:13 AM on Dec. 24, 2009
SR-I think you should write an article on ethical adoption. Your experience and perspective as well as others that you know give you great credibility. You also have a non-judmental way of conveying information. Yes, ethics vary depending on experiences and perspective, so just write it from yours. Others may be encouraged to write their view points as well someday. I wonder how many people (who haven't been to this site or others like it) who may have been unaware of unethical things an agency may have done. I don't think many who did know would have followed through had they known, and may even feel guilty after the fact. Hindsight is 20/20, which is why education is so important. The more there is to "google" out there, the better.
Answer by doodlebopfan at 9:26 PM on Dec. 24, 2009
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