Support Resources for Adoptive Parents

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Brenda - 2 years ago
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Why do adopted parents feel so threatened by natural mothers/fathers? After National apology many teenage unmarried mothers were mistreated and suffered malpractice - sexual abuse, brutal obstetric crimes - their newborn babies wrenched from their bodies during birthing process - this all happened under illegal, unlawful and unethical medical former forced adoption policies and practices. Why is it that adopted parents find natural mothers/fathers a threat - we between 1xxxxx in Victoria tens of newborn babies were abducted as an appeasement for infertility. Why don't adopted parents support natural mothers whose babies were abducted at birth - not all newborn babies were abducted at birth many were given up for adoption for personal reasons - again why don't adopted parents find out the truth about their adopted son/daughter's truth - they could write to appropriate Government Department for a letter to be sent onto natural mother if whereabouts is known - its about truth #1
Marie - 1 month ago
To confusednbroken my adopted daughter found her birth family and now hates me. I would love to have someone to talk to. #2
Guest - 7 months ago
Becoming a family to those who are not your blood can be difficult but the bond grows over time and you realize that your life would not be the same without them. I now find joy and look forward to seeing them grow up and face the life challenging experiences that comes to us all. If you want to adopt really follow your heart and also read everything you can about them If your heart says no then it's a no. If it says yes then commit to your yes. And don't let anyone tell you any different. #3
Marie - 1 month ago
To Confusednbroken my adopted daughter has found her birth family and now hates me. I would love to have someone to talk to also. #4
Confusednbroken - 3 years ago
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Is there a mom out there whose adopted child reunited with birth mom and now will have nothing to do with you? Mine did and I would love to have someone to talk to. #5
Pamela Seltman - 3 years ago
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There is not a day that goes by that I don't regret my decision. I wish my child, I gave up for adoption, would try to find me. Please, I'm here son, I'm sorry. #6

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