Every responsible, loving person who wants to be a parent should be able to have that opportunity. For some, biological children are the way to go. But others consider a different path, like adoption, for a variety of reasons. Perhaps they are faced with infertility. Maybe they're single parents who want to give a child a loving home. Perhaps they're a same-sex couple who doesn't mind if there's no genetic connection. Or maybe they just want to help one of thousands of children in foster care who don't have permanent families to call their own. Whatever the reasons, adoption is exciting, challenging and nerve-wracking. Here's a look at what these prospective parents may be thinking and what you can say to help.