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Can I adopt if I smoke

No PACT is aware of the medical evidence regarding the impact of passive smoking on children and is looking to place children in smoke free homes Local authorities placing children will not prioritise a family where anyone smokes, whether in the home or not If you currently smoke and would like to adopt via PACT you will have to give up smoking (cigarettes and cigars) You will need confirmation from your GP that you have started a Smoking Cessation plan before we can offer to work with you


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Most adoptive parents are unfit
Birthmothers will always struggle with the emotional pain of placing a child for adoption
Adoption is an irresponsible act and women who choose adoption take the easy way out
The Adoption Process Takes Many Years
People adopt to save a child
Do I need experience of looking after children
Can I continue with any fertility treatments whilst I apply to adopt
Adopted children grow up feeling bitter and rejected
You can t adopt unless you re rich and have a big house
A birth parent or another relative can take an adopted child back
No one can love a child as much as a birth mother or birth father does
A birthparent will forget about the child released for adoption
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