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Issues for Adopted Children

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NM - 2 months ago
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My husband and I adopted 3 children 8 years ago. I literally fell in love with them the first time I saw them. We adopted them from their grandparents. It was okay at first, but the older the children get, the harder they seem to want to work at destroying our family. These are the only children that we have. Two of them have ADHD, which they are on medication for, and one has ADD. Lie, steal, argue, getting suspended off the school bus, yelling and disrespecting adults. I am a strict parent and so is my husband. There is no joy in this family! I don't know what to do. Anyone have any suggestions? #1
Me - 2 weeks 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 - 2 months ago
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one year boy #3
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