Parenthood transforms people. After a baby comes, people are no longer the same
Parenthood transforms people. After a baby comes, people are no longer the same individuals they once were. A whole new role begins, and they start a new way of life... or they should. Upon your viewing of the movie "Losing Isaiah", you are to write a 5 page paper (double spaced) onthe story line of the fil. The following questions should be answered in your paper as well: What does parenting really mean? Who in your opinion was the REAL parent? What role did nature vs nurture play in this movie? What were both the joys & responsibilties of being Isaiah's parents? Was Isaiah a special needs child? How does society help or hinder parents? Did the biological father have a right to the child that the mother denies is his and has given up for adoption? How could the Courts have been more helpful to Isaiah? How could the Courts have been more helpful to the biological mother? How did Isaiah's removal from the home affect the adoptive family unit? Should Isaiah's biological mother had any rights to him? Had you been the judge in the movie, how might Isaiah's life turned out differently? Did race play a major role in determining Isaiah's placement? Was "Shared Custody" the answer? Please write a concluding paragraph giving your honest opinion on Interracial Adoption.

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