Issues for Adopted Children

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Nasir ALMAS KHAN - 3 years ago
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Mujhe ek child adopted karna hai #1
Me - 3 years ago
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This is what many families go through with teenagers... whether they are adopted or not. I have two and it is exasperating and they are not adopted. Just keep fighting the good fight every day. I will say that it will get better as they get older. #2
sanju - 3 years ago
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one year boy #3

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