The Eye of Adoption

Author Jody Cantrell Dyer s candor, wit, humor, and soul color each page of The Eye of Adoption She directly addresses the sorrows of infertility and the demands of adoption while consistently word weaving a life rope of assurance and optimism for her readers A middle aged wife, mother, and teacher, Dyer tells it like it is in hopes that waiting adoptive parents, birthAuthor Jody Cantrell Dyer s candor, wit, humor, and soul color each page of The Eye of Adoption She directly addresses the sorrows of infertility and the demands of adoption while consistently word weaving a life rope of assurance and optimism for her readers A middle aged wife, mother, and teacher, Dyer tells it like it is in hopes that waiting adoptive parents, birthparents, adoptees, and those close to them will find kinship through her story.
The Eye of Adoption Author Jody Cantrell Dyer s candor wit humor and soul color each page of The Eye of Adoption She directly addresses the sorrows of infertility and the demands of adoption while consistently word we

  • Title: The Eye of Adoption
  • Author: Jody Cantrell Dyer
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 338
  • Format: Kindle Edition
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    1. Thought it was a well written book. I liked her open honest sharing of the roller coaster ride you go through. It was heart wrenching while humorous and insightful.

    2. I picked up The Eye of Adoption, expecting to slowly read through another adoption book, taking my time, mulling over the similarities in our experience. As the author of But the Greatest of These is Love, my memoir about my own adoption experience, I have read many books about adoption. I was caught up immediately in Dyer's story, and finished it in a couple of days. Her wit and conversational style had me laughing out loud. By the end, I felt I knew Jody, her husband, her doctor, her mother, w [...]

    3. I was so incredibly excited to win this book through a giveaway, and Jody Cantrell Dyer (the author) was incredibly gracious in writing a note in both the inside cover congratulating me on my win and including a little thank you card! I am an adopted child (adopted when I was 4 years old) and was interested in reading about this adoption journey from the point of view of a woman who suffered through infertility struggles and ended up embracing the difficulties of the adoption process. Jody writ [...]

    4. The author's honest and sometimes humorous journey through the adoption of her son is enlightening, entertaining, informative, and totally enjoyable. I loved every word and found it especially interesting to someone who went through a similar experience. The author clearly felt compelled to offer help to others who may be considering adoption at her own personal expense of time and effort. This book is truly for anyone who has adopted, wants to adopt, or who just wants to read a fascinating book [...]

    5. Overall I thought this was a pretty good book. I found myself caught up in the story of a woman who first dealt with fertility issues and then with the emotional highs and lows of the adoption process. I have no children and even though I'm not currently in the position to have one, I still feel a pang when seeing friends have babies, so I could sympathize with the author a little bit. The only thing that I didn't like about this book was how it was set up; every other page was a new section and [...]

    6. This is a fantastic and well rounded real story of the journey of adoption. Jody does a great job and revealing the real moments and feelings involved with the process, without glossing over the uncomfortable stuff. I highly recommend this to anyone involved with an adoption journey; either their own or someone in their life. Well done.

    7. This book was amazing. I encourage all of my friends currently involved in the adoption process or considering adoption to read this. I am HAPPY to loan this to anyone, especially our friends curious about what we are going through--this is pretty similar!

    8. A touching and poignant story about one family's journey through the adoption process--from the day when the adoption was started to the final signing of adoption papers.

    9. A Portrait of One Woman’s Journey to her Adopted ChildJody Cantrell Dyer writes from the heart with integrity, honesty, humor, compassion, and a commitment to guide others who wait for “their” child to arrive through private agency adoption. She offers her experience as encouragement as they too, work through the arduous pre-adoptive process. When adopting, baby doesn’t arrive after nine month wait; sometimes the matching process takes many years. Jody’s story gives an inside view of h [...]

    10. I met Jody not too long at a workshop she held in one of our local libraries.I admit, I had never stopped to think about the roller-coaster ride that can be the road to adoption…but The Eye of Adoption has shown me.It has also shown how having an amazing attitude can make the journey one that will change you – yes – but for the better.Even the cover shows this unique contrast. You see the wind whipped clouds above a relatively calm sea of soothing blue and white and all you have to do is s [...]

    11. As an adoptive parent, I am always interested in hearing others' adoption stories. Although the stories have a lot of the same struggles, emotions and happy endings, they are unique and fascinating. "The Eye of Adoption" is no exception. The author reveals intimate details of her personal life and her difficult experiences with infertility, treatment and adoption. Her honesty and willingness to share are admirable. I especially found her letters to her future child touching. Her interview with a [...]

    12. Eye opening bookThis book raised my awareness of those who have suffered infertility, gone through the journey of adopting a child or have given up a child for adoption. Each one who has walked through any of these has walked a path unique to their own personality and circumstances. The author shared her experiences with candor and respect for those involved and created deeper compassion in me.

    13. This is must read for anybody going through the adoption process, or thinking of adoption. Easy read and I couldn't put it down. Written from the heart, the book reveals the raw feelings that accompany the process. I liked how the ending was from the birthmother's perspective.

    14. This book is a must read for anyone going through the adoption process. As someone also suffers from secondary infertility and is going through the adoption process, I related to Jody's story on so many levels. Jody shares her story with honesty and humor.

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