This was a recent search phrase: When adoptees find their family, do some members of that family get jealous? Interpret/answer at will….
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When I programmed the scripts that automatically take new posts and comments here and send them to the Twitter account, I also (on a whim) created a “bot” that searches on particular phrases and retweets them to an account called “Adoption Honesty“. I am intrigued by a lot of what gets pulled, but every once […]
“Through me you pass into the city of woe.” —Dante As adoptees who live on the razor’s edge between places, we are often asked to broker for or engage on behalf of those who are looking for roots as well, either as adoptees, or more often for me I must say, adoptive parents wanting to […]
Fellow adoptees: What advice do you have [in terms of language learning, culture shock, etc.] for those who decide to go back for a visit, travel back for an extended stay, or make the decision to definitively return to their place of birth?
Every once in a while a search phrase comes up in the stats that really gets to me. I thought we might share them, because they speak volumes.
How have your views on culture and race changed since you searched? And what is its impact on your life?
First, I would like to thank you for making this blog available. It has given me much to think about. I think about my daughter’s first parents often and wish I knew more about their background so when the time came I would have the information to share with my daughter. I asked as many […]