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Guest - 3 weeks ago
Hey Smith, can you share alittle more info please!? I'm looking for my daughter. #1
Smith - 2 months ago
Hello my name is Smith and I am trying to figure out which is the best way to start looking for my biological mother #2
mark - 6 months ago
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I have been totally screwed up ever since I found out and the way I found out was more then a little PAINFUL All I've ever been able to find out is that my birth mother was 17 and from Norway and my father was 16 and that's it. I am way way under the poverty level everything I own is a hand me down but I am sssooooo grateful to God foe what I do have. The thing is I can't pay my basic living cost I depend a lot on my adoptive mother who is a saint. I am on disability. Is there any sites or way to find out about my birth parents. I have mounting health issues and am getting short on time. I'm at the end of my rope really quit literally. I've always struggled from being adopted and in a great deal of pain making it very hard for me I've always wanted to find them or at least get more info on them. But now it is quite literally getting to be a life and not or death issue. But as I said I've no money if you have any ideas please please please help markmckeebhere* xxxxxx #3
Jamie - 6 months ago
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Mark start by posting your date of birth, place of birth and any other identifying information that you may have.....such as adoption agency used, hospital you were born in. Best of luck to you on your journey and may you find peace in knowing where you come from. #4
Lynn preston - 3 months ago
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I am looking for a kid 5_6year old #5
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