My parents adopted my biological daughter when she born. However, she lived with me since she was born. She has been raised as though I am her only mother. Last week, my parents took her to a therapist. My mom claims that the therapist told her to take her back from me. I am having a very difficult time dealing with this situation....how do you deal with it while trying to live a normal life?Answer Question
Asked by Anonymous at 1:10 PM on Jan. 12, 2009 in School-Age Kids (5-8)
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She must be going through some trauma to be removed from your care. There are so many parts of this that just cannot be told, I am sure, in one post. How do cope? By going to your own counselor and possibly calling your state bar association for some free legal advice and to explore your options. Perhaps since she has been in your care you may be able to legally get visitation. But that is something you need to discuss with an attorney. Counseling and time will help some but it doesn't mean that you will stop missing your child. What it means is that you are living and coping with not having her living with you. I hope you have the answers you are looking for.
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