Could a semi-open adoption be the best for you and your child?

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I realize that it’s been a while I hadn’t written about adoption. I apologize, I am so busy trying to figure out a new routine in Vancouver, I will write about it soon. But today, I decided to talk about the difference adoption’s options. There are 3 different type of adoption: closed, semi-open and open […]

Helpful Relationship List Before Cohabiting With Your Babe

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On a yearlong student visa, I went to San Diego to improve my English. Over there, I met my Irish boyfriend, Cian. At the beginning of our romance, I couldn’t see him as much I wanted because of school and living with a host family. I got along with my American host family so I […]

SOS My Boyfriend Is Sick !

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SOS! MY MAN IS SICK ! Time to stop everything you’re doing; it’s the end of the world! My boyfriend is dying! SOS !! What are his symptoms? Sneezing a lot, coughing a lot, his throat is sore, his nose is blocked and leaking a lot, looks awful, a lot of sniffles,… He’s unwilling to do anything, […]

What you should be aware of before & after adopting

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YOU’RE NOT ADOPTING A PUPPY, SO PREPARE YOURSELF Adoption is a tough process and is not only a trauma for the kid but also for the parents. You know that nothing can prepare you for the reality of adopting a child. Adopting parents often forget that their adopted kid has a past before them. They […]

The journey from Ivory Coast, in Africa, to Belgium, in Europe

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I’M ADOPTED! My parents completed my adoption when I was 3 years old. I remember it like it was yesterday. It was what I told my family and the psychologist when I arrived. One day, in Ivory Coast, planning to go on vacation in Europe with my biological auntie Elisa, her daughter Charlène, 16 years […]