Post-reunion Issue

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How to Support Your Child at Reunion (For Birthparents)
May 4, 2007, 11:52 pm
When there is a reunion between a birth parent and their child (adult or not), a child might need certain things from their parent. They may be able to articulate what they want or need. It is possible that they have some clear and concise gaps that they hope that their parents can fill in for...
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sylvie - 6 months ago
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I was reunited with my son three years ago, and we are both happier than we have ever been in our lives. Reunion is an extremely complex and often deeply painful process (painful because your love for each other tells you what you have lost, and how your loved one has suffered). It also needs sensitivity and empathy. But the genuine, deep, irreplaceable love that can suddenly now be expressed is wonderful and helps to heal many profound wounds. Not all, but many. And to love someone so deeply is life's most beautiful thing. Good luck Patrick, and all who reunite with their original families. #1
Patrick - 10 months ago
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I just wanted to say, that for me the biggest problem I have had with being reunited with my mother and meeting my natural family, is that I love them so much and it doesn't seem like I can ever have enough time with them. I so bad want to make up for lost time and they all have been absolutely wonderful. I was actually embarrassed on Christmas Eve because my sisters and mother gave me so many presents that I got as many as the children did... :) There is not enough good things I can say about my family. Both my adopted parents have passed and I was basically alone in the world when I was first contacted by my baby sister Debbie. June 15th, 2012 was the day she called and I first talked to her the following morning at 10 am. So tomorrow is the anniversary of finding out that I have 3 sisters. If it wasn't for posting on this site I may have never found them. Thank you. #2
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