In the adoption world, words like security, stability, and routine are used frequently. For families that experience frequent – and sometimes, unplanned – change, this can seem daunting. But the most critical components of these things are found in the relationship between children and their caregivers, not circumstances.
In many ways, military families have learned to expect the unexpected. This happens to be a key component to any type of adoption. Knowing that we cannot control our circumstances, but we can control how we respond, is one of the primary focuses of adoption training and research.
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