Find Your Place with BraveLove
Since our inception, BraveLove's mission has been to change public perception of adoption by advocating for new vocabulary, educating on adoption today, and presenting a fresh perspective of birth moms' brave, loving, and intentional choice to place their child for adoption.
What's Your Part? Availability
"When you really don't have the answers and you can't fix it, the gift of being available to someone might be far greater." Watch this film as Laura and Sally recount how their friendship began and then developed during one of the most difficult times of Laura's life.
What's Your Part? Support
"Just love them because they've already judged themselves, you don't have to," said Paula, Carmen's mom. Watch this film as Carmen and her mom recount the journey which led them to adoption and impacted their relationship forever.
Watch how BraveLove has made an impact over the years
Watch how BraveLove has made an impact over the years...
Considering Adoption While Pregnant — Laura's Story
"Adoption. The most beautiful resolution to a broken story." Watch Laura’s Story unfold as she finds peace and was given her voice back through an unexpected circumstance.
Growing up, Stephanie was the oldest of 6, an athlete, and a cheerleader. It was a crushing blow to her and her family when she discovered she was pregnant at age 15. Very few people knew this detail of her life. But as her family began to expand over time, she reveals how telling her story has allowed her to find the adoption support she had been missing.
The Walls' & Dominique's Adoption — produced by The Archibald Project
In Texas a birth mother must wait 48 hours before she can legally place her child for adoption. Our friends at The Archibald Project documented a hopeful adoptive family AND a brave birth mother during those 48 hours. These 48 hours may change how you view adoption.
Overwhelming Love Amidst an Unplanned Pregnancy — Carmen's Story
"How do you put a word to what a mom does when she places her child for adoption?" Carmen recalls the drama, joy, sorrow, peace, and the reasons why she decided to place her son for adoption.
"I thought adoption was giving up. I didn't abandon my son... I chose what was best for him." Watch as Sarah and the family she placed with, share an honest portrayal of not only the struggle, but also the joy and beauty that has come from their open adoption.
I Lived on Parker Avenue
Adopted at birth and raised in Louisiana, David Scotton is on a journey to Indiana to meet the birth parents he’s never known. His tattooed birth mother, Melissa, and reserved birth father, Brian, anxiously wait for him, concerned David will reject them for decisions they made before he was born.