Elizabeth Rank You could tell in this video that this adult child was a bit uncomfortable/it looked awkward for her, but it was still beautiful and needed for both in THIS SITUATION. Every adoption is so unique. Some will never have the opportunity to meet their biological family because there is too much unknown or it’s unsafe. Wishing u the best! As an adoptee, Love Harry Potter shirt I can say half the time we shouldn’t be reunited with our biological parents. Not only can the child feel resentment towards both parties but start the “what if” game. Mom told me I was adopted at 10, I found out later my bio mom was a drug addict and in and out of jail all her life, why would a parent want their kids to have a relationship with someone like that? I’m 23 now and have my bio mom on facebook. But in those situations, not all kids can emotionally handle that.
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I met my father and two half-siblings at 23 years old and there was an instant connection. We’ve been a family ever since. My mother and I also met my brother who she gave up for adoption when he was 18. We also feel a dunce of connection and he is now part of our family. It can happen that way. Elizabeth Rank having the choice is the point. I think if I adopted I would not necessarily want the birth parents involved but that would depend on the situation of how I got to adopt. Love Harry Potter shirt I mean, if I was adopting because a woman had a baby and had a terminal disease was maybe going to live for a few years or had to spend all of her money just to keep herself alive then I would want her to get a chance to know the baby. But it all really depends on the circumstance.
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Elizabeth Rank I agree with you. I was adopted when I was about 4 years old, I’m almost 19, and about 6 months ago I found my birth parents and it’s almost like they just feel like our relationship is automatic and that we are magically family. But the truth is we aren’t. They didn’t raise me, they didn’t watch me grow, they didn’t provide for me, etc. Yes, they gave me life but nothing else really. Of course, I do like them but I can’t be expected to pronounce my love for them when I don’t even hardly know them.