Finding Yourself Journal


Finding Yourself” is a personal counselor journal designed to help children adopted from Slavic cultures better understand and cope with their experiences. Written by an experienced counselor with over 20 years of work with Ukrainian orphans and their families, this journal includes exercises, prompts for reflection, and space for children to record their observations and musings. It’s available in English and Russian, making it accessible to a wide audience. It will be a friend for children on their journey to understanding themselves, their past, and their new family.


Are you the parent of a child who was adopted from Slavic culture? Do you want to help your child better understand and cope with their experiences? Look no further than "Finding Yourself," a personal counselor journal for children.

Filled with over 20 years of experience working with Ukrainian orphans, "Finding Yourself" will become a trusted friend for your child as they navigate the challenges of adjusting to a new family, country, and culture. This journal is available in English and Russian, making it accessible to a wide audience.

Don't let the past hold your child back. Help them find themselves and move forward with "Finding Yourself." Order your copy today!


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