Questions to Ask About Secondary Rejection


The institution of adoption is complicated by it’s very nature. Even so, there are times I ask myself simple questions about various aspects of it and can quickly come to a conclusion.

Take secondary rejection in reunion, for example…

I see no positive value in it. Ever.

I can’t find even one positive reason for a secondary rejection.

Is there anyone who can give me a valid, God-honoring reason for making that choice?

I ask these questions:

What good comes from exclusion?
What good comes from inclusion?
What’s not to like about enlarging your circle of love? 

Okay readers, what do YOU think?

Can you think of even one good reason for a secondary rejection?

I honestly invite you to give it your best shot and try to change my mind if you have a differing opinion. I'm truly open to hearing your point of view. 

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