Another Review of What To Expect From Your Adopted Tween


Dr. Samuels’ review highlights what I hear a lot, that parents wish they’d had this guide as a tool before their child entered their tween years. Don’t have a copy of What To Expect From Your Adopted Tween? Order the guide here and have it in your inbox today.

What to Expect From Your Adopted Tween, Judy Miller’s “must read” publication is—even at first glance—destined to become an indispensable tool to adoptive parents as well as potential adoptive parents in managing this critical period in their adopted child’s life.

More than an e-book, What to Expect From Your Adopted Tween is simultaneously a reference source, workbook, psychology manual, and a very wise encouraging friend! It’s the exact resource any adoptive parent will find invaluable as their children enters their “tween” stage, but, moreover, successful management of tweens is critical to making a smooth transition into the teenage years.

Written in an approachable, articulate and logical style, there’s no doubt that Judy knows, first-hand, about the complex issues adoptive parents and their children will encounter. Judy’s own four children encompass both biological and adopted, home grown and international, and several are at this developmental stage themselves.

Blessed with keen insight combined with years of experience as a parent, instructor, writer, and adoption advocate, Judy Miller is a natural. Her exceptional book is destined to dominate a very prominent spot in the libraries of adoptive parent’s, educators, counselors, and social workers. Truly, I only wish What to Expect From Your Adopted Tween had been available when my own adopted son entered his tweens.

Marlene B. Samuels, Ph.D.
Sociologist, Adoptive Parent, Writer

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