I wonder often as to how our birthmother feels..
Do you think about the child everyday..Does it hurt you everyday?
Do you regret your decision?
How would you feel if you knew that the couple you choice to adopt your baby, are now divorced?
And anything else you would like to ad.
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Answer by Dannee at 3:13 PM on May. 14, 2009
Yes I think about my son every day, yes it hurts every day. But, that has only been for the last 3 years since we reunited. It hurts a lot less now than it did at first, some days are worse than others.
During his childhood I thought about him often, but notÂ every day and It didn't hurt that much. I always wrote to him on his birthday and at Christmas and looked forward to receiving updatesÂ on him.
Answer by onethentwins at 3:19 PM on May. 14, 2009
Yes, I regret my decision, not so much for me because I really have had a good life with a wonderful husband, a great career, a lovely home and of course my twins who are great and don't give me any trouble. But, my son is really messed up.
Another thing I deeply regret is this. It was really important to me that my son know that I didn't just give him away and never look back. That he knew that I never stopped loving him and that I still thought about him. What I didn't know was that his parents were not giving him my letters so he had a closed adoption experience. I think that had he known about me, it would have made all the difference. I didn't try hard enough to make sure that he knew. I assumed.
Answer by onethentwins at 3:20 PM on May. 14, 2009
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