This book is ideal for Christian adoptive parents who have found themselves, and maybe their faith, battered by the demands of parenting their children and fighting to get the support they need. Mike Berry writes as someone who lives it all too, knows how soul-destroying it can be, and has some tried and tested survival strategies to share. I had laughed and cried with recognition at the stories being shared within the first three pages. It is so authentic and raw and heartfelt that I loved it immediately.… View Post

Many adoptive families experiencing child-to-parent violence (CPV) speak in glowing terms about Non-Violent Resistance (NVR). Words such as ‘life-changing’ are used – which certainly got my attention. I asked NVR trainer and adoptive mum Sarah Fisher to tell me more.… View Post

It’s time for #mentalhealth and #adoption charities to talk about how they can work together to address adoptive families’ mental health. #TimetoTalk… View Post

My name is Joanna and I am 9 years old. I was adopted when I was 4 because my first mum and dad couldn’t look after me and did lots of fighting. I still have some memories that make it hard for me to concentrate. I know that you care a lot about children with mental health problems and I wonder if you can help me.… View Post

Last week on Twitter I asked my fellow adoptive parents what one thing they’d like to be receiving from post-adoption support that isn’t currently being provided. Here’s what people have been saying.… View Post