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    As a birthmother, you may deal with a wide range of emotions throughout the adoption process, as well as a number of questions about what kind of adoption is best for you. These YouTube channels offer support, encouragement, and information on what to expect as you go through the adoption process and the years following.

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  2. Labor is an experience that can seem extremely hard to prepare for. The truth is that until a woman has gone through the experience once, she won’t have a real personal reference, especially since every birth is different. However, there is plenty of information that can help educate and comfort you leading up to your own labor. We’ve put together a list of some of the best ways to mentally and physically prepare yourself for your own birthing experience.

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  3. Birthmother

    When selecting parents to raise your child, you might prefer to place your baby with an LGBT couple. LifeLong Adoptions caters to all types of families and so we believe in the LGBT community’s rights to become parents. When you are select parents for placement, it is a big decision and you have to consider a lot of factors. We want to help you make the right choice. That is why we have made these questions to help you with the process.

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  4. Birthmother

    Adoption can play with the emotions of a birthmom in ways that some parents will never understand. Though making the decision to adopt can be one of the most difficult decisions for any mother to make, it can also be one of the most rewarding.  It may offer the most sound truth for the woman who chooses to love her child in perhaps the most courageous way...through placement. We've compiled a list of thought provoking and encouraging #birthmomstrong quotes for you as you are grappling with your thoughts, understanding pregnancy and considering adoption. 

     

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  5. Birthmother

    If you want your adoption to go smoothly and to avoid having any regrets, there are some things you need to keep in mind. First of all, the adoption process is a very emotional time for both the adoptive parents and the birth mother. Your role as an adoptive parent is not only to paint yourself in the best light; you should also try to do whatever you can to truly empathize with the birth mother and to make the whole situation easier for her. These are just a couple of pointers for you to follow if you’d like to make that happen.

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