When deciding to embark on the journey of reuniting with a separated birth relative, it can be both exciting and nerve-wrecking at the same time. The most important thing to keep in mind i... [more]
Not knowing our biological parents is not by any means the end of the world. When we get the facts straight, breaking free from emotional vines that hold the heart in bondage, oh, we c... [more]
Native American tribal information and resources, as well as family search sites. Kerrylynn's Native American Search Sites An extensive listing of search resources and guideli... [more]
5 Stages of Reconnection, I am Cindy. I was Adopted., Meeting My Mother for the Second Time, Meeting My Mother Part 2: The Reunion, Overcoming Inertia, Preparation is Everything, She Needs to Know, Wanted: The Missing Puzzle Piece, Ways to Prepare for Post-Reunion Relationships, After the Search is Completed, Making Contact, After Contact, After Contact (Discussion), Disappointing Reunion, Share Your Story
Adoptee Access to Original Birth Certificates, Tips for Birthparents, Brick Wall, For Adoptive Parents, For All Triad Members, Genetic Sexual Attraction, Spouses/Families, Open Records, Why Adoptees Search
Current Search Practices, When an Angel Offers to Help You Search, Books, DNA Testing, Find People & Information, Genealogy Tools, Libraries, Online Tools, Public Records, Reunion Registries, Local Search Resources
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