Adopting a Child From Another Country: How to Blend Cultures?

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A viewer is adopting a child from another country, and they’re concerned about honoring their child’s cultural heritage while integrating their child into their own family culture. On “Life Quakes,” host Patricia Wu and guest therapist Josie Rosario discuss about the best ways to blend cultures in an adoptive family.

Learn and Honor

As a parent, take the time to learn about your child’s culture and traditions. This shows your child that you value where they come from.

Community Matters

Seek out other families who have adopted children from similar backgrounds. Their support and shared experiences can be invaluable.

Patience is Key

Blending cultures is a journey for both you and your child. Allow space for growth, adaptation, and open communication as your family finds its rhythm.

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