If you want to build connections with your child, step outside your comfort zone and try something new! Adventure is the key!
In order to build deeper connections, we can employ what I call the chemicals of connection (hormones your body produces that make you feel better).
Planning a trip to your child’s birth country can be daunting! But the most important task is to define your goals and consider the desired outcomes.
Should we search for our child’s birth family? I hear this question more than any other when families are planning a Heritage Journey.
Happy Holidays! I love this time of year. The holidays are a time of refection. They also fill me with love, hope, and gratitude going into the new year!
It’s a difficult decision whether or not to visit your child’s orphanage, foster or birth family but research says don’t let that stop you from going!
Looking back on the past 12 months I want to focus on the joy, strength, love, kindness, compassion, and gratitude that is overflowing in the world.
The Ah-ha’s of planning a Heritage Journey come from personal experiences, former clients’ experiences, and research! What you need to know before you go!
Understanding the travel concepts that can make a big difference in the outcome of a Heritage Journey to your adopted child’s birth country.
Understanding the different types of travel available to families with adopted children when designing a Heritage Journey will make a difference.