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Many parents think too much of parent-child attachment will in fact cripple their child and make them dependent. However, only a child who knows he can always come back to his/her parents, grows up to become a truly independent individual. If you are looking for ways to strengthen the bond between yourself and your adopted child, here are a few pointers that will ease the process for you.Did you know that more than 30% of American couples consider adopting every year? Biological problems faced by a couple tops as a reason for couples to opt to adopt a child. However, many couples also want to do their bit for orphans, foster kids and homeless children, and hence volunteer to adopt a child. Adoption is a very noble cause, in my opinion. It is one of the best things you can do for an adoptee; even better than monetary help, or donating to a foster home or adoption institute.
As with any relationship, it is very important to ensure one thing between you and your adopted child, and that is bonding. Attachment and bonding are fundamental emotional needs of a child, we all know. But have you ever wondered why? What is it about parent-child bonding that makes it indispensable and hence crucial in adoption?