The first comprehensive book for children born through dor conception and their families More than one million people have been born in the U.S. through dor sperm or eggs, including Wendy Kramer's son. Realizing the unique concerns of being or parenting a dor-conceived child, Kramer launched what would become the world's largest database for connecting dor-conceived people, the Dor Sibling Registry (DSR), which receives up to two million hits per month. Finding Our Families provides additional support for this growing community. With compassion and insight, the authors draw on extensive research to address situations families face throughout a dor-conceived child's development, including the search for a biological parent or half-sibling, and how to forge a healthy self-image.
Wendy Kramer created the Donor Sibling Registry (DSR) website with her son, Ryan, and is also its director. She lives in Nederland, Colorado.Naomi Cahn is a family law professor and the Harold H. Greene Professor of Law at The George Washington University Law School.