1. Samantha

    Mom Mom Mom

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    Mom Mom Mom – Find My Mom Finding out you are adopted is hard. Questions start to run through your mind, and you start to doubt yourself and question the people in your life. This traumatic finding takes some time to work through but with the proper support groups of...
  2. Samantha

    Looking For Birth Parents

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    Looking for Birth Parents A family is a functional unit in society that enables a person to feel they belong. That is why adoption was created to provide children with a family model for them to understand and know themselves to some extent. However, it is often never complete for...
  3. Samantha

    Searching for my Birth Brother

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    I am looking for my maternal-half-brother. He was born in January 1958. He was placed in a childrens’ home run by the Victorian Government in 1963. His first placement was unsuccessful. His second remained permanent. The adoptive parents were a Presperterian minister and a nurse. He had a sibling via...
  4. Samantha

    Searching for my Birth Son

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    Darling Son, I’ve been trying to find you for ages because everytime I think of saying goodbye to you in the hospital, I get upset and cry I’m so sorry that this happened, but my father wouln’t let me bring you home and your father didn’t want to know me...
  5. Samantha

    Would Love To Find My Son

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    It has been 23 years since I looked at your sweet face, kissed my tears off of your cheeks and said my “Goodbyes” to you. I have wanted to reach out to you but fear has held me back; not wanting to interfere in your life or be rejected by...

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