My Quest to Be a Single Dad: Thirty-Plus Years Trying to Adopt is Free to Download through April 10, 2023
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Prepare to be inspired by Garry White’s unwavering pursuit of his dream to become an adoptive father! For over 30 years, White has fought against the systemic bias against men adopting children. And now, White has written an empowering memoir called My Quest to Be a Single Dad: Thirty-Plus Years Trying to Adopt, where he shares his painful journey.
Despite holding advanced degrees in psychology and computer education, White’s journey was far from easy. He encountered numerous obstacles and faced rejection countless times.
In the pages of his book, White gives invaluable advice to those seeking to adopt, drawing from his own firsthand experience. He takes on the stigma of male single-parent adoption and shares what to do and what not to do in the adoption process. He wants others to learn from his struggles and disappointments and hopes that his book will serve as a guide to the adoption journey.
My Quest to Be a Single Dad: Thirty-Plus Years Trying to Adopt is a must-read. Join Garry White on his emotional journey and learn how to make your own dreams come true.
My Quest to Be a Single Dad: Thirty-Plus Years Trying to Adopt is available for free to download on Amazon through April 8, 2023. My Quest to be a Single Dad is rated 5 stars by those who purchased and reviewed the book. Here’s what one reviewer said:
5 Stars – A compelling story of determination in the face of overwhelming odds.
Dr. Garry White’s autobiographical story chronicles his 30 plus years of trying to adopt and raise a son within a system prejudiced against single men with a history of emotional issues. Although the book is entitled, “My Quest”, it should have been more accurately titled, “My Struggles”, because he details the numerous obstacles and roadblocks to achieving his lifelong dream. From private adoption organizations to government agencies, Dr. White tells the story of a process mired in never ending home studies, psychological evaluations, and government red-tape with the end result always the same – rejection. While most men might have crumbled under the weight of such adversity, it appears to have strengthened Dr. White’s resolve. As he states in his book, “I will never give up.” As such, it is a testament to his determination against overwhelming odds.
For More Information: For more information or to schedule an interview with Garry White, contact him at 512.667.0473, or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About the Author
Garry White holds a master’s degree in psychology and a doctorate in computer education. Garry has been involved in the fostering and adoption process for over thirty years. Over the last three decades, he has attended many training sessions for fostering and adopting with many home studies conducted on him. Garry has also been a foster parent for over thirty years, as well as an assistant Scoutmaster at a youth correctional facility. Currently, he is a tenured university professor who authors and publishes research articles for academic journals.