Why Adoptees Search

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

Finding Your Roots
Canadian adoptive parent and adoptee Henry G. writes of his own need for roots and his hope that his son will also be able to connect with his birthfamily.

Search for Birthparents: What, When, and Why
This article is addressed more to adoptive parents as a guideline in assisting their children and understanding the motivations, from the Special Needs Adoption Network.

Who Owns The Rights to Information about an Adopted Child's History?
The scope of "identity" is explored through the story of William Troxler, President of Capitol College, as told by Adam Pertman.

Why Do Adoptees Search?
Adoptee Tina Musso has helped many adoptees with their searches and relays some of the more common reasons expressed by those she has assisted.
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Kathleen Kaufman. - 4 months ago
Honey. I so so so wanted to keep u. And you were worth it but.... not a but helps but. Imarried u dad years later. We are in ny. Please IF Uwant ...😘😘😘 #1

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