BJ Adoptee Blogette
B.J. Lifton has made it tot he world of blogging and started off with a bang. A review of Mother and Child, and a blog about Indian surrogacy.
This is a blog you'll want to follow.
For anyone who does not B.J. Lifton - who is a frequent speaker at AAC and other conferences- she is the wise (old) sage of adoptionland.
Betty Jean (BJ) Lifton, PhD, is a writer and adoption counselor, who is one of the leading advocates of adoption reform. She is an authority on the psychology of the adopted child, birth parents, and adoptive parents, as well as the complexity of search and reunion. She has offices in Cambridge, MA and New York City, and also does telephone counseling across the country.
B.J. is best known as the author of Twice Born: Memoirs of an Adopted Daughter, Lost and Found: The Adoption Experience and Journey of the Adopted Self: A Quest for Wholeness, as well as many other books on the subject of adoption. She has written about children who have been orphaned or separated from their families by war and the Holocaust ― Children of Vietnam, A Place Called Hiroshima, and The King of Children: The Life and Death of Janusz Korczak.