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Adoption—Shadows of Ancestors Past

An adoption reunion changed the way I look at everyone around me—the more time that passes, the more I bend my philosophy to match the story of our common early human ancestors. I find it remarkable that so much of … Continue reading

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“Adoption—do we inherit our ancestors’ memories?” Judith Land | Adoption Detective

“Listen to the voices, feelings, sights and experiences of our ancestors. Their lives, joys and fears are within us.” —Judith Land, author & adoptee Theories that suggest that we can tap into the deep nature of DNA to uncover ancient memories … Continue reading

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“Names provide a ‘treasure shoppe’ of meaningful clues to the past for adoptees”

“Preparing a family tree is a stressful daunting task for many adoptees. If given the opportunity, the inquisitive adoptee looking to build a more comprehensive and realistic self-identity will be encouraged to learn that selected names provide a treasure shoppe … Continue reading

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