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Adoption Stigmas, Prejudices and Hope for REFORM.

Several weeks ago I saw a post from a forum that was educating its members on open adoption. I’ve read a lot of painful stuff on the internet over the years but this one hit hard.  THIS one overwhelmed me with the horrific reminder that there is still so much work to be done in…

Back To School Photos

It’s time for the kids to go back to school. Everyone is seeing lots and lots of photos on their social media. Including birth mothers.   A birth mother is continually faced with daily reminders of the child she placed and the milestones that are taking place.   Back to School is yet another one…

Dear Adoptive Parents Who Made Certain Commitments to Their Child’s Birth Mother, 

Dear Adoptive Parents Who Made Certain Commitments to Their Child’s Birth Mother,    I am writing to you today with urgency. This urgency beckons you to be willing to hear my words with vulnerability and awareness.    My heart is heavy today for a particular woman who placed her child for adoption. She represents EVERY…

The Letter, Fate and a New Beginning – Final Chapter 10

The Letter, Fate and a New Beginning – Final Chapter 10 After I placed my son for adoption, I asked my social worker if I could write him a letter so that when he was older he would know I loved him dearly and placed him out of love. We didn’t have printers in our…

C-Sections, Hospital Stays, and a 2 year old Little Angel – Chapter 9

 C-Sections, Hospital Stays, and a 2 Year Old Little Angel   I was 9 months pregnant and ready to have my child in just a few more weeks. I cried every day upon waking and again my tears would put me to sleep at night. As my stomach grew bigger and bigger, so did the…

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