Effects of adoption on the birth-mother
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The Effects of adoption on the birth-mother are the little-studied stigmatizations and psychological effects on women who give up their children for adoption. The general inadequacy of post-separation counseling is a common finding of the few studies done.
- The Trauma of Relinquishment: The Long-term Impact of Relinquishment on Birthmothers who Lost their Infants to Adoption during the Years 1965-1972
- Effects of Adoption on Mental Health of the Mother: What Professionals Knew and Didn't Tell Us.
- Still Screaming - the first major UK publication on the experiences of birth parents (Published 2001)
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