All throughout our home study process, people kept prefacing things with "i know these questions are invasive, but...." and DH and I laughed it off, saying it wasn't a big deal. We've shared details of our life since birth, our marriage, our finances, our home, etc. we've had fingerprints taken and background checks run.

Today, we have to satisfy a new requirement for the korean government due to the recent death of a korean adoptee. We have to go through hours of psychological testing and question. For some reason this is like the breaking point for me in terms of the process. I feel like i have no more energy for answering questions, taking tests, and worrying that i'm doing it "right"

I know the adoption process is a roller coaster and this is one of those low points but this is going to be a longgg day