I constantly see questions where amom's or paps are asking a question about their birth mother, and instead of sticking to the question they go off on how they have "mental illness" or they think they are "doing drugs." Like, is that necessary? Does it make them feel more supier to tell everyone about what they think their personal life is like to make them sound bad?
Oh, and I'm not a birth mother. I'm a adoptive mother. My birth mother is amazing. She's 21, a junior in college and just got accepted into the nursing program. She has her issues with the adoption.. it's really hard on her, but she's an amazing woman. I don't know her fully, and I just believe it's wrong to make assumptions.
What if your's and her child comes across this site one day and finds every negative thing you have said about his birth mother. Believe it or not but he/she is a part of her. He may also feel like he's being attacked.
Asked by Anonymous at 11:26 AM on Jul. 16, 2009 in Adoption
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