- Author:Kasey Hamner
- Publisher:Triad Pub; 1 edition (June 1, 2000)
- Pages:308 pages
- Subcategory:Specific Groups
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Kasey Hamner, adoptee and author of Whose Child? describes herself as a "run-of-the-mill, garden variety adoptee . Throughout Kasey Hamner's story of growing up adopted and her reunion, I felt a sense of connection to her and to my own personal adoption story
Kasey Hamner, adoptee and author of Whose Child? describes herself as a "run-of-the-mill, garden variety adoptee," but her book is anything but run-of-the-mill. Throughout Kasey Hamner's story of growing up adopted and her reunion, I felt a sense of connection to her and to my own personal adoption story. Kasey provides and extends a true sense of healing for other adoptees. Instead of dwelling on the past, Kasey made the choice to make something of her life.
An Adoptee's Healing Journey from Relinquishment Through Reunion. It spans from relinquishment through reunion to help the reader develop a better understanding of the lifelong emotional aspects of adoption and reunion. and Beyond by Kasey Hamner. by Jean A. S. Strauss. xmas90 · 1 decade ago.
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Whose Child?: An Adoptee’s Healing Journey from Relinquishment through Reunio. nd Beyond by. .Brothers and Sisters in Adoption by Arleta James. A Child’s Journey Through Placement by Vera Fahlberg. nd Beyond by Kasey Hamner. Beyond Culture Camp: Promoting Healthy Identity Formation in Adoption- Adoption Learning Partners webinar. Black Baby, White Hands: A View From the Crib by Jaiya John. The Connected Child: Bringing Hope and Healing to Your Adoptive Family by Karyn Purvis and David Cross (highly recommended). Parenting Adopted Adolescents: Understanding and Appreciating Their Journey by Gregory C. Keck.
Whose Child? is the story of a woman in turmoil, seemingly from the moment of birth until this book was written. Perhaps some readers will appreciate Kasey Hamner’s style. Perhaps some will find her story brave, a model for healing traumas associated with adoption. The recounting of sexual abuse by an older adoptive brother from the tender age of 4 until she was 16; the near drowning in the family pool, instigated by the same brother, when she was 13; the insensitivity of an adoptive mother whose favoritism toward her sons left Kasey unprotected; and her description of her role in the family as no more than.
Adoptees, Adoptive parents, Biography, Birthparents, Family relationships, Identification, Psychology.
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