I’ve been wanting to launch BiracialBoom.com for several years now but only recently has life calmed down enough actually do it. My sons are grown now. My oldest has a family of his own and my youngest is all about developing his career.
Biracial children are born from love that crosses the color line. That’s a beautiful thing. However, we usually don’t anticipate that our children would have such a difficulty in coming to terms with their identity. Many times we are clueless to help them with things they face every day. Simple but true answers such as, “I love you just the way you are,” and “you have the best of both worlds,” just don’t cut it as they grew older and become more aware of the world around them.
When I was raising my sons, I longed for a community of people with the same goal and purpose as mine, which was to raise healthy and happy Biracial children. I could not find this source of support but, somehow we all managed to hang together as a family and we made it through. I was determined though that I would one day share my failures and successes with other parents of Biracial children. My hope is that not only I, but many others, both Biracial adults and parents of Biracial children will share our journeys with the common goal of doing better for our kids.
I’m so glad that BiracialBoom.com is finally here!
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