Boston Post Adoption Resources provides individual, family and group therapy and resources for birth parents, adoptive families, foster families, and adult adoptees, to help them lead healthy, productive lives.
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Michelle (Seungmi) Lee, an international student originally from Seoul, South Korea, shares her insights into the cultural norms that shape the lives of South Korean birth mothers. Currently an intern at Boston Post Adoption Resources (BPAR), Michelle is pursuing a Master’s Degree at the Lynch School of Education at Boston College for Applied Developmental and Educational […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on South Korean Birth Mothers — Their Invisible Heartache
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
At BPAR, we are always trying to find ways to help our clients feel connected and understood. As human beings we all want to know that we are not alone, that someone else has been through what we have been through. And although every individual and family we see is different, they do share similar […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on The Power of Storytelling in Adoption