Elizabeth Rank, Single no my boyfriend is just busy in Seoul shirt I think it depends on a lot of things. For some adoptees knowing where they came from becomes vitally important emotionally or by way of genetic predispositions. If all parties are comfortable with the arrangement, I don’t see why more open, non-traditional adoptions would hurt anyone one. There is a variety of reason a person may be unable to raise a child, and many of them have nothing to do with not loving said child. Jill Touloukian, that’s what I was thinking. Everyone wants to know where they come from. And especially with transnational and transracial adoptees, I think there is a really normal curiosity about one’s identity. Not having that discussed seems odd. Not wrong (and it’s obviously a loving family), but maybe not as helpful as it could have been in that regard.
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Elizabeth Rank, no is saying you aren’t entitled to your perspective or feelings. What people are saying is that what was right for you, may not be right for everyone else, and asking you to accept that reality. You’re comfortable and happy with your life, Single no my boyfriend is just busy in Seoul shirt and that’s wonderful. Others are not, and their feelings are no less valid than yours. You don’t crave a relationship with your biological parents, and that’s fine. You don’t have to. Others do, and that’s fine too. They are no more wrong/right than you are. I’ve known people who have a loving relationship with both their biological and adoptive parents, and their reality is no less valid than yours. Situations and emotional needs aren’t a one-size-fits-all kind of thing.
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Totally agree. My daughters were abandoned. One child not interested in her birth family. The other is only five and constantly asks about her birth family. Anybody who has information about tracing birth families in Russia please let me know. I have a name. I agree! I found my birth parents a few months ago. I searched their names online and knocked on doors until I found a lead. I found out I have 3 half brothers and one full brother. My birth mom met my adoptive parents this week. My adoptive parents are fully supportive and now said their family has grown even bigger. I was taken away because my parents abused drugs, gambled, & were in and out of jail. They’re doing better now and I hold nothing against them because I love the family I was raised by. Something comes full circle and feels so complete when you finally meet your blood.