I was adopted when I was younger but my biograndmother remained a part of my life for a long time. Well eventually my adoptive mother decided she's had enough and made it so I could only write my grandmother and send pictures. When I was 20 I looked my grandmother up and started seeing her again. Then I became pregnant and my adoptive mom stopped talking to me for 6 months. My grandmother on the other hand was there for me. Well eventually my adoptive mother came around and offered me a place to stay rent free on the condition I stopped seeing my grandmother again. I agreed because I was scared of being a single mother. Well I haven't talked to my grandmother in 4 years and I feel terrible. I would love to see her again and let her see my son as well as the daughter I just had. I just don't know how to reconnect. I feel real guilty for what I did after she had been the one there for me when I discovered I was pregnant.Answer Question
Oh Sweetie, your adoptive mother was wrong. She manipulated you when you were young and vulnerable. Contact your grandmother. She will understand because she loves you unconditionally. She will probably be thrilled to see you again and her great grandchildren.
Answer by beeky at 12:15 PM on Dec. 19, 2009
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Answer by Allergic2Stupid at 12:26 PM on Dec. 19, 2009
We grandmothers are very forgiving. Just contact her. (just google her name or go to zabasearch.com if you don't know where she is). I bet hearing from you will be the best xmas present she ever got.
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