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Joy S. Goldstein, LCSW, ACSW, Executive Director and co-founder of Forever Families Through Adoption is quoted in Joni Mantell's article in The Adoptive Families Magazine (Making Open Adoption Work): Open Adoption: A Reference Guide for Families

Openness brings great benefits to all involved, as well as some unique dilemmas. Addressing them requires flexibility, sensitivity to the birth family, and confidence in yourself as parents. Consult this guide to learn how to make it work for your family.

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