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Grieving Peggy: Finding a Grave at the End of a Search
As I approach the fifth anniversary of finding Peggy, my birthmother, deceased, I look back and realize that finding a grave at the end of my search was one of the most difficult and stressful experiences in my life. The days of grieving often felt endless. The intense emotions and the pain made it... Access to Your Adoption Records:
Accessing Adoption Records National Adoption Information Clearinghouse 330 C Street, SW Washington, DC 20447 (703) 352-3488 | (888) 251-0075 (703) 385-3206 (fax) The page below lists the following information from each state: the section of state law which addresses access to adoption records; ... Florida Adoption Laws
Access to Adoption Records Who May Access Information Citation: Ann. Stat. §§ 63.162; 63.165 Information may be available to:The adoptee who is age 18 or older The birth parents The adoptive parents Birth siblings Maternal and paternal birth grandparents Access to...
October 6, 2013, 9:18 am
Ah, Readers! Bear with me, please, as I get my feet beneath me navigating the Adoption.com site! Having been given permissions to blog in several categories here, I found in retrospect that I had posted under 'adoptee' rather than here under "Adoption Search''. Please read the posts at the links... Adoption.com's Reunion Registry Hits 400,000!
December 23, 2010, 10:32 am
Adoption.com's Search and Reunion Registry has hit 400,000 individual profiles! Across the United States, profiles of those looking for long-lost family members are consistently created, making the Adoption.com Registry the #1 online adoption reunion registry available today. With the... "Feel Good" Adoption Story
August 5, 2007, 3:43 pm
I recently came across one of those “feel good” adoption stories in a Women’s Day magazine. Every now and then I need one of these positive stories. Writing about adoption and being an active member of the adoption community can be a tad overwhelming at times. I see a lot of the “hurt” that...
Finding Peace with Peggy
April/May 2001Almost eight years have passed since I found my birthmother, Peggy, deceased. As I reflect on these years I still feel that this was one of the most difficult and stressful experiences... Don't Assume the Worst
In 1967, Marcelle and Ken began dating. In June of 1968, Marcelle became pregnant. She did not live in an ideal environment in which to raise a child. She struggled with the decision of what she... Grieving Peggy: Finding a Grave at the End of a Search
As I approach the fifth anniversary of finding Peggy, my birthmother, deceased, I look back and realize that finding a grave at the end of my search was one of the most difficult and stressful...