Who Can Help Me in Coping with Grief and Loss After Putting My Baby Up for Adoption?

Are you experiencing grief and loss after putting your baby up for adoption? It’s a complex emotional experience. Birth mothers who make the selfless decision to put their baby up for adoption may go through grief, sadness, and loss, as they navigate the adoption process. 

Courageous Hearts Adoptions can play an essential role during the adoption process itself. We want to ensure you are heard, valued, and supported from day one. We are committed to walking alongside you and providing around-the-clock personalized support. Remember, you are always the one in charge. 

We help you create a custom adoption plan. You choose an adoptive family that fits your desired criteria for your child’s future upbringing. We are one of the best resources to contact if you’re unsure how to cope with grief and loss after putting your baby up for adoption.

24/7 support is available

That’s where Courageous Hearts Adoptions come in. No matter your situation, you can call or text anytime to talk to our adoption counselor at (317) 964-3365. Whether you need a shoulder to cry on or someone to talk to, there will always be a listening ear on the other line.

Birth mother counseling

It’s a universal truth that everyone needs someone to talk to, especially when you’re a birth mother who has placed her baby for adoption.

The need for counseling can become even more crucial after the adoption has taken place as you navigate this decision’s complex emotions and challenges.

The good news is that support for the adoption doesn’t end after placement. You are still entitled to receive free counseling, no matter how long it’s been since your adoption. 

It’s always a good idea to reach out to your adoption professional or another resource that can answer your questions about how to deal with the grief and loss after putting your baby up for adoption. With us, you can receive free, unbiased support. 

Reach out now!

We know you’re going through a lot, and isolating yourself is difficult when your heart is full of grief. But try to remember that you don’t have to go alone.

Your adoption professional will be there to offer support on coping with your emotions after putting your baby up for adoption.

Ready to get started? Contact us now to get free information.

Positive Adoption Language Disclaimer –

We understand that using words such as “give up” or “put up” to describe adoption can be hurtful and inappropriate. However, we must include these words in our blog posts to appear in expectant moms’ Google search results. While we promote positive adoption language, many expectant moms that come to us at first do not understand what that means. Therefore, our blog posts may use the language they understand, such as “How do I give up my baby for adoption” or “How do I put up my baby for adoption,” in order to explain how to create an adoption plan for their baby.

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