Why Do People Adopt Children?

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One of the many reasons why people adopt children is because of infertility; if a couple is physically unable to have children. Other people adopt because they feel that adoption is best for them due to their career whereas others adopt because they can.
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People adopt children because they may not be able to have their own biological children. People also adopt children in order to give the children a good home and to fulfill their need of becoming a parent.
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