Choosing an open adoption is a great way for a birth mother to decide how much or how little she wants to be involved; with the child’s life. If you’re currently going through an unexpected pregnancy, and you want this option but are hesitant in the follow through. We can help you overcome your doubts so you realize there is nothing to fear; when choosing an open adoption. Choosing to place your baby for adoption is already scary enough. Therefore, you shouldn’t trust any adoption agency with your child.
When looking for adoption agencies in Florida, we at Adoption Choices of Florida provide top-quality services. Giving you the constant support and compassion that you need through your adoption journey. We will guide you through the adoption process with our agency and our experienced team of caseworkers and counselors. All the while letting you make the decisions you feel are right for you and your child.
It’s very common for you, or any other birth mother, to be hesitant when giving up your baby for adoption. Adoption isn’t an easy choice, but it’s a brave choice. A choice that is made out of love and a caring heart. When it comes to open adoption, there are a lot of common fears birth mothers (like you) share. So, we listed the top ten fears about open adoption, that goes as follows:
1. The adoptive families won’t let you be involved.
2. The child will grow up to think negatively of you, the birth mother.
3. The adoptive family won’t love or care for your child.
4. You won’t be able to properly heal from the emotional pain and sadness of adopting out your baby.
5. You’ll end up raising your child instead of the adoptive family.
6. Scared of being rejected by your child when trying to bond.
7. Not being able to openly communicate about your child (either too much or too little).
8. Worried about how it will affect you when you’re ready to have a family of your own.
9. Boundaries that are set might be looked over or crossed.
10. Your child might go through a family identity crisis as they grow older.
These are all valid fears when it comes to considering open adoption in Florida or anywhere. At Adoption Choices of Florida, we make sure that open adoption is carefully set up and agreed upon by both you and the adoptive family. At our agency, you can exchange information with the adoptive family. You can remain as little or as much involved as you feel comfortable.
After all, the open adoption and the boundaries you set are up to you, along with choosing the adoptive family you want. When it comes to the emotional side of open adoption, we provide counseling; to help you heal and process the adoption. If you still feel like an open adoption isn’t for you, that’s okay. There are still two adoption options you can choose from that will fit the adopted plan you created uniquely for you and your child. Those options are semi-open adoption and closed adoption. Remember, you have control over your adoption journey, and we will support you through any decision.
You and your child deserve the best services adoption agencies in Florida have to offer. And we are that agency for you. We will be there every step to help guide you through any obstacle. Our agency wants this to be a beneficial experience for you, your child, and even the adoptive family you’ve chosen. You’ll be making your child happy and the adoptive family as well, for they will have your child to make their family feel complete and full of love.
Open adoption is not only meant to be openly commutative but also keeps you informed as much as you want with your child. So, you know they’re being raised, loved, and cared for the way you want them to be as they grow up. So, when it comes to a compassionate and supportive Florida adoption, choose us, Adoption Choices of Florida.
If you are a pregnant woman in Florida considering adoption and have any questions or concerns about the adoption process, please don’t hesitate to reach out. For more information on adoption, visit us at Adoption Choices of Florida or call us at: (833) 352-3678 or text us at 904-559-1251
Choosing adoption as a pregnant 13 year old teenager in Florida with a licensed adoption agency that can help now.