Want a short escape from reality but need to keep your head on straight? These books by Janine have been called "entertaining," "insightful," and even "mind-blowing" by readers all over the world. From a rare metaphysical and philosophical point of view, Janine has lived and studied the world of adoption culture for several decades.
This must-read collection of books, includes two memoirs, two philosophy books, two anthologies, two history books, a deep dive into the corruption of the practice, and to finally empowering new ideas on how the industry of adoption could change.
Americanized '72, her first book starts the collection by revealing her personal childhood experience. Then, she and her twin take the reader with them to Korea in the book The Search for Mother Missing to seek out their roots and their birth family...
“This book provides incredible wisdom, touching tales and deep understanding. I highly recommend this book!”
"SILENCE IS A TRUE FRIEND WHO NEVER BETRAYS."
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JANINE MYUNG JA
RESEARCH | HISTORY | POLITICS
“Do not pray for an easy life, pray for the strength to endure a difficult one”
Philosophy Major, University of Washington
You'll love these must-read adoption books for adults geared specifically for you or someone you know who is adopted.
These books by Janine paint a very realistic picture of all aspects of adoption, including the hidden side-effects. You will find rare global perspectives in many categories: research, politics, history, philosophy, psychology, sociology, spiritual, and religious roots. Never before in history (and herstory) or the field of adoption, has one author bravely taken on such a wide lens and a rEvolutionary study of the practice.
Choose any one book from this expansive collection and you will discover another layer of deeper understanding. Among other reviews, her work has been called, "mind-blowing" and "highly recommended" by adoptees, and "powerfully revealing and enlightening" by non-adoptees.
This collection of books is designed to be enjoyed by fellow adoptees. They will know a community exists and thus feel validated embellished by the awareness that we are no longer alone.