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28/10/2009

Une histoire de rupture sur "Ne m'appelez pas mère."

dont call me mother.jpgÀ ce moment-là, nous n'avions jamais entendu parler du Syndrome de Dépression Postadoption [SDPA]. Bien que nous avions lu plusieurs ouvrages sur l'adoption, consulté notre assistante sociale et suvi des formations préparatoires pour les parents adoptant, personne ne connaissait le SDPA.

 

A Story on Disruption. A Story of Post Adoption Depression Syndrome (PADS).

Anonymous

I’m writing this essay to provide information that I wish I had had when we began the adoption process. At that time, we had never heard of Post Adoption Depression Syndrome (PADS). Although we read several adoption books, consulted with our case worker, and went to pre-adoptive parent training, no one knew about PADS. If you suffer from PADS, you will be able to relate to what I am about to write. If you have never suffered from PADS, please do not judge those of us who have. I’m writing this essay anonymously because I have already been maliciously attacked over the internet by people who disagree with the choices we have made. I also want to protect the child we adopted and who we parented for six years.


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