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Should adopted children, as adults, seek out their birth parents?


Birth parents, particularly mothers, may be reluctant to aknowledge the child they gave up for adoption and such records are sealed. Is it an invasion of the birth parents' privacy for adoptive children to demand such aknowledgement?

 

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    Larry Wall 4 years ago

    I agree adopted parents as early as possible. I think my son alwaysk knew. We told him very early.

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    Larry Wall 4 years ago

    I have sympathy for your plight. There are many registries that try to match parents & children. Some are free, some are not. Do a Google search on the subject. In most cases both the birth parent and child have to be registered and want to be fo

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