Why Are Men So Resistant To Adoption? (Dads And Adoption Part 1)

Season 4, Episode 38- The Honestly Speaking Podcast

When I first began the adoption journey, more than 15 years ago, I resisted. But it wasn’t because I was against adoption. There was something else at play in the background of my life.

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It always catches people off guard when I tell them this truth about myself. For as big of an advocate as I am today, it’s hard to believe this little tidbit about me. But, it’s true. Thankfully, my heart changed not long after we began the process, and I never looked back. I couldn’t have dreamed up a more beautiful storyline for our family. I’ve discovered there are many men who go through what I went through. And much like me, it’s not that they’re against adoption. In a 2-part series on our podcast, that’s what my co-host Matt McCarrick and I are discussing.

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We talked in detail about a brand new experience we’ve created just for foster and adoptive dads called Road Trip. This past year’s inaugural event was beyond amazing and we’re excited for 2017. We’ll have two dates to choose from this year- October 8-11, 2017 and October 11-14, 2017. Registration hasn’t opened yet, but you can get on the email update list by clicking below…

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Question: Are you a dad who was resistant at one point of your journey? Or, are you a spouse of a resistant dad? Share your story with us in the comment section below. You can leave a comment by clicking here.

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