These days, per the Web site “approximately 25 percent of the adoptions of children with special needs are by single men and women, and it is estimated that about 5 percent of all other adoptions are by single people.” According to the U. Department of Health and Human Services, 33 percent of children adopted from foster care are adopted by a single parent (U. The Decision Taking on responsibility for another human being is a big decision and not one to be made lightly. But before you pass on one of these “special” kids, consider what a huge difference you can make in that child’s life.There are so many things to consider: Can I afford to support a family? (Not to mention what a difference they’ll make in yours!For single women eager to start a family, many are betting on the idea that it will happen for them "someday." They imagine that "someday" includes a thriving career, a supportive and loving partner, a home and a steady marriage. After donating her eggs in college, she ran into serious health issues in her mid-20s that led to a "now or never" fertility sentence.
My biological clock is ticking and I want babies NOW! The point is, the desire to have a child can be almost overwhelming. Of course, the biggest, most important question of all is this one: Is this what God wants me to do?
But if you’re single and don’t feel ‘making babies’ outside of marriage is appropriate behavior, how do you deal with the longing to be a parent? (And its corollary, “Is this what God wants me to do ?
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I believe all adoptees subconsciously feel like a part of them doesn’t belong in their adoptive family.
We like to believe that blood doesn’t equal family, but when you don’t have that type of connection to someone, you can’t help but to feel like something is missing in your life, no matter how wonderful your adoptive family may be.
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These days, more and more singles are smacking the alarm button on their biological clocks by creating families through adoption. (Answer found at the end of this article, but no fair reading ahead.) Why would someone choose to become a single parent? ”)SEE ALSO: Get the Picture and Get Organized Single parents are often encouraged to choose “less desirable” children, i.e.