Adopted: When Love is Not Enough In Stock Now

By Barb Lee, We’ve seen them in grocery stores, playgrounds, and at our children’s schools – little Asian girls with their loving white parents. Of the 1.5 million adopted children in the United States, international adoptees are the fastest growing segment and most of these are Asian girls. While many of their stories are heartwarming and play into our self-image of American compassion and generosity, the realities are much more complex. According to the Journal of American Medical Association, adoptees have significantly more behavioral problems than non-adopted children.