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Regina Radomski

Regina Radomski lives with her husband and their three children live in Northern NJ. Regina is also the author of From Half to Whole – a journey to overcome the battle scars of adoption and living to tell about it, a raw and honest look at the trials and tribulations of her family’s struggle to adopt and raise two young boys from Poland who came to America with a few stuffed toys in their backpacks and the trauma of their past. Regina is also the founder of Fillin’ the Blanks, a program offering support and solutions during the adoption process, and she is an Elite Life Coach and the NJ chapter coordinator of PAPA (Polish Adoptive Parents Association). Regina is currently starting an Adoption Family Planning program to help empower pre- and post-adoptive parents during their journey. For more information on Regina and her program, check out her website:

How a Mentor Helped our Adopted Child

In 2005, I adopted two older boys from Poland.  A joyous event for sure, but sometimes I felt at a loss about how to help them.  During those early years, their behaviors were often out of control and solutions were hard to find.  I struggled daily, trying to find ways to understand their needs and... Read more »

Building a Blended Family

Having adopted children from Poland nine years ago, I can look back now and see that blending children who had been neglected into a family that has love to give is much more complex than we ever realized. Overseas adoption is a process that is fraught with anxiety and uncertainty right from the start.  Revisiting diary... Read more »

Dealing with Transitions

It’s that time of year again—the time when there’s a great deal of change happening! With some of it, you have a long time to think about what’s coming.  With other changes, you may not have much time to think, and jumping into the changes happening around you can be very stressful. Every now and then... Read more »