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A Birth Family Reunion at a Funeral

A Birth Family Reunion at a Funeral

It hadn’t really occurred to me that a funeral would bring about the chance to meet my biological aunts, uncles, cousins and grandfather for the first time...  Not only would I be mourning... I would be making a first impression on the rest of my birth mother’s family.  

The Introduction Part 3: Meeting My Biological Dad

The Introduction Part 3: Meeting My Biological Dad

My biological dad looked eerily similar to the way he looked in a dream I had as a child.  He was tall with whispy strawberry blonde hair.  His skin had a pink tint to it.  He wore dark wash jeans that fit him well, with a light blue button down shirt and flip-flops. 

7 Things Adoptees Need to Know When Considering Reunification

7 Things Adoptees Need to Know When Considering Reunification

God has put you in this unique situation because, believe it or not, you can handle it.  Without a doubt, it will be trying, but you will learn so much about yourself.  Whether or not you choose to reunite with your biological family, the process of processing it will grow you and mold you in ways you never realized you could.  Take heart, dear adoptee.  You are not alone.