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When an Angel Offers to Help You Search

Once you have made the decision to seek out your lost family – whether you are a biological parent looking for a child or an adult adoptee trying to find your genetic roots – yo... [more]

Why Adoptees Search

10 Questions to Ask Before You Search Hollee McGinnis views search as one of the milestones in the lifelong adoption experience. ... [more]

Books

Books guiding us through search and reunion range from those that tackle the entire process to those devoted to one narrow area. The best books will be based on solid principles that can be... [more]

Reunion Registries

Adoption.com Reunion Registry The largest free Internet-based voluntary reunion registry for those searching for birthfamily members. Foster Family Registry ... [more]

Ways to Prepare for Post-Reunion Relationships

In a 2002 documentary about an adult adoptee that reunites with her birth family in VietNam (“Daughter from Danang”), we learn how troublesome different expectations between ado... [more]

More Resources

Abused Adoptees For adult adopted persons who were not blessed to have been placed in good homes and who need a safe place to discuss their experiences. ... [more]

Tips for Birthparents

Searching for adult birth children can be especially difficult for birthparents who may or may not be able to obtain much information. This article is written for both birthparents, however... [more]

Public Records

Canadian Public Records United States Archives ... [more]




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bobbi north - 4 years ago
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Im trying to find my daughter she is almost 18 she was taken from me illeagaly when she was born i love her and miss her so much ive never stopped thinking about her i just want to hold her and tell her i love her.. #1

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