Monthly Archives: August 2012

“Adoption—What motivated you to search for your birth parents?”

                                    Orphaned children from around the world have been seeking answers to the same ancient questions for as long as civilization has existed. … Continue reading

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“Adoption Search Registries” by Judith Land

Originally posted on Adoption Search and Reunion:
Here are a few links to some adoption search registries: Finding My Parents Adoption Registry TxCare Adoption Registry Adoption Reunion Registry Adoption Registry Connect Adoption Database Find Me Birthline Reunion Registry GS Adoption…

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“Adoption—what do you remember most about your childhood?”

“Separation from my biological roots and foster family encouraged visions of my birth mother inspired by obscure memories, mystical dreams, and childhood fantasies.” —Judith Land My youth was spent quietly wondering and longing for something intangible that I perceived was missing … Continue reading

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“Adoption—how did you feel when you were told that you were adopted?”

“At that moment I needed spontaneous love and assurance because it was disappointing knowing Rosella was not my real mother, but my body language remained rigid, and I reacted tentatively by internalizing my opinions and feelings.” —Judith Land It was difficult … Continue reading

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“Adoption Detective—novel or memoir?”

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“Why write a book about adoption?”

“There is a high demand for quality stories about adoption because nearly sixty percent of Americans know someone who has been adopted. Everyone loves a mystery novel and the universal popularity of orphans Heidi, Oliver Twist, Little Orphan Annie, and Anne … Continue reading

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“What is an Adoption Detective?”

An Adoption Detective is any licensed or unlicensed person who looks into historic records to locate persons of interest. Clients are children suffering from a nefarious sense genealogical bewilderment with a desire to learn something about their biological antecedents by … Continue reading

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