Gay and Lesbian Adoptive Parents
Stressors and Strengths
This chapter outlines the empirical and theoretical foundations of stressors and strengths in child development and family life, and subsequently applies these constructs to a large, national sample of gay and lesbian adoptive families. This information is intended to aid adoption professionals in identifying possible sources of strength and support in their work with gay and lesbian adoptive families, as well as to help these families plan for the common challenges they may face in raising their children.
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