Boston Post Adoption Resources provides individual, family and group therapy and resources for adoptive families, foster families, adult adoptees, and birth parents to help them lead healthy, productive lives. BPAR also shares adoption resources with professionals.
The Rev. Ann Gibert is the Pastor of the United Church of Christ, Federated, in Webster, Mass. She and her husband now live in Newton. In her spare time she loves to read, cook and knit, and she has recently begun learning how to paint. She has written a powerful meditation on her experience as an […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on How Ann Defines Family as an Adult Adoptee
Lauren is a hair stylist in Massachusetts. Recently, she was reunited with two birth brothers, and she has shared her heartwarming story with BPAR. An Adoption Story by Lauren The day I met my birth brothers my whole world made sense. A hole in my heart was filled that I never knew even existed. All […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Lauren’s Story: How Meeting My Birth Brothers Changed My World
BPAR is so grateful to have connected with Jonathan Edwards, folk singer extraordinaire. Not only is Jonathan an incredible singer and song writer, he is also a generous, thoughtful, and introspective performer who has written and performed a song about his own personal experience with adoption. This song, “One Day Closer,” was written about his […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Folk Singer Jonathan Edwards Shares His Story as a Birth Father
The golden light of autumn pales in the twilight, which softly creeps upon October afternoons. The rural byways of New England transform into a kaleidoscope of color. Leaves turn, preparing their trees for the raw chill of winter. Costumes and reverie ring supreme. Pumpkin spice can be found in everything from lattes to dental floss […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on The Masks We Wear