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Finding An Adoptive Family in a Texas Non-Faith-Based Adoption

Like many aspects of life, adoption is a process that is diverse and unique to each individual who experiences it. Often, prospective adopters and adoptees will bring the many elements of their lives that inspire them and that they resonate with into their adoption. This can range from deciding which relatives to incorporate in the decisions to the culture they want to surround the child. Amongst these many influences is the factor of religion and belief. 

For some, religion has been a lifelong subscription, filled with dedication and guidance. For others, however, religion may not be an instrumental part of their lives. In conjunction, these non-religious parents may not wish for their child to be placed in a religious home. If you are amongst these non-faithful birth parents, Adoption Choices of Texas.can help you and your family find the perfect temporal parents and choose adoption for your baby

If you are facing an unplanned pregnancy and need help with nonreligious based adoption now, you can call us at 888-307-3340, text us at 888-307-3340, or email us here.

Are There Non-Faith-Based Adoptive Families in Texas?

There sure are! Dozens of waiting families in the Texas area list themselves as non-religious. This means there are plenty of families to choose from to guarantee that not only are they not deeply rooted in any religious practice, but they fit your criteria and needs in other ways. While religion is a big aspect to consider when searching for prospective adoptive families, it is not the only one. Make sure you examine each parent’s ability to care for the child, including the space and resources that they have as well as their potential parenting styles. With our adoptive family profiles, you will have the ability to explore each waiting family’s story as well as what they are looking for and can provide. We even offer the ability to filter by religious beliefs, with the option to choose “none.”

As a secular institution, Adoption Choices of Texas is not affiliated with any religious beliefs. Therefore, we are perfectly equipped to find you families who are as non-religious as you are. Our team is equipped to handle any level of religious connection, including those who are not religious at all. We believe that every parent should have the opportunity to decide what belief systems their child is exposed to. Accordingly, we will prioritize finding you an adoptive family that is as non-faith-based as your family is. Our goal is to find you a family for your child that will check off all the boxes on your checklist!

Why Would You Want Your Child To Be Placed in a Non-Religious Home?

As mentioned, religion, or a lack thereof, is a key aspect of many individual’s motives and desires. Therefore are many reasons why a birth family may want to choose a non-faith-based adoption for their child. Some of the most common reasons include:

The birth family themselves is not affiliated with a religion and therefore do not want their child to be – As discussed above, numerous families wish for their child to be placed in a non-faith-based adoption solely because they themselves have no central faith system that they are a part of. There may be a sense of still wanting the child to still be as connected to your daily life and ideals as possible while not being under your care. It might feel odd to receive photos or letters of your child if the adoption is open, where they are celebrating holidays, or practicing traditions that your family does not align with. Also, for certain religions which begin their ceremonies or teachings at birth, the child may not meet the necessary requirements to enter the faith after leaving the birth parents’ care. 

The birth family would prefer that their child focuses on other enterprises such as social and scientific values – As opposed to religious beliefs, some families and individuals focus on other value systems such as science and social roles. While these values can coincide and coexist with religion, for these families, it is a question of what is of greater importance and significance to them and their child. 

The birth family wants the child to be able to choose their own religion if they wish – Some parents want to grant their child the freedom to choose the faith that they want when they are older if they choose to practice any faith at all. The ability for their child to craft their own identity, even from birth, is important to these parents. Many adoptees grow up to choose a religion to practice but are immensely grateful that they were able to choose their beliefs and were not forced to practice anything. After all, a belief system is only truly effective if you truly believe in it.

Placing Your Child Up For Adoption With A Non-Faith-Based Family

In a non-faith-based adoption, you want to remain as open and vocal about your desires as you would in any other type of adoption. The key is to ensure that both you and the adoptive family are on the same page and are willing to agree to each other’s terms. At Adoption Choices of Texas, we can help you find, connect, and communicate with any potential adoptive families that interest you. To get started, give us a call or send us a text or email today.

As an expectant woman or birth parent, to learn more about adoption, contact Adoption Choices of Texas. You can call us at 888-307-3340, text us at 888-307-3340, or email us here. If you are hoping to adopt, please visit us here. We look forward to helping you through your adoption journey!

PeterMeet the Author: Peter is a writer and editor based in New York. Currently studying at Binghamton University, Peter is majoring in English Literature and Rhetoric. Whether working with Marketing Choices or the mental health blog, Runaway, Peter seeks to provide comfort and warmth to those around him through his writing. A huge advocate for change, Peter looks to promote adoption, mental health awareness, disability awareness, and environmental improvement. Forever looking to make meaningful connections, Peter can be found with a group of friends or going on walks and waving to anyone he passes.

 

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