When a couple discovers they will be unable to give birth to a child 100% genetically related to them how do they begin to deal with that loss? There will be no, “she has your eyes”, “he has grandpa’s nose” along with a myriad of other emotions attached to loss and sorrow.
These genetic losses are experienced by both embryo donor and embryo adopting families.
In addition, when you adopt a child, either a child who has already been born or a child you give birth to through embryo adoption there are some clues you can learn about successful parenting based on the genetic make-up of your child. Interested?
Register for our two newest webinars being held in October and a repeat performance in November!
Part 1: Grieving the Loss of a Genetic Child
Part 2: Understanding Genetics for Adoption Success
We look forward to having you join us.
Learn more about embryo adoption at EmbryoAdoption.org.
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