Emily was fifteen when she left her Russian orphanage to join our family and her biological younger sisters. (We had adopted them a year-and-a-half earlier.) The Russian social workers informed us that she had behavioral problems and probably even disorders. They told us that she most likely had Reactive Attachment Disorder and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. They said that we shouldn’t take her into our home. Continue this article on The Huffington Post!
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