"Seconding everything written here, very similar to my perspective. Would love to have these comments on my blog! At times it seems like I'm the only one online that feels this way. As far as helpful and supportive forums, as you know I did try…"
"This letter is fantastic. Your parents may surprise you with their reaction. Although at times intimidated, my mom had to admit that if it were her who was adopted she would try and find out what happened, find out who her biological people are.
"Just wanted to join this group as I think it's meant to reflect the kind of outlook I have on being an adopted person. I hope it is anyway. I haven't seen many online groups that are made up of adopted people who are ok with having been…"
I've "always" known that I was adopted. I'm quite fine having been and have done some successful searching for my biological people. I've had one non identifying exchange of letters with my biological mother which was great for me. Since discovering her identity and whereabouts I've made 3 attempts at contact but so far she's not responded which I'm ok with and understand. I sometimes blog about adoption and there are several adoption related blogs. that I read regularly and comment on.
*update* since writing this I did end up in communication with my biological mother and am now in regular contact via email and did meet her once.
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