Monthly Archives: June 2014

A Birth Father Reaches Out to His Lost Daughter

While digging through my files yesterday, I found this poem by a birth father. I’d like to contact him for permission, but don’t have the correct information. I thought we all might benefit from hearing this. Let me know your thoughts? Just because your mother and I are not together, doesn’t mean that I don’t care. After all this time

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The Forgotten Father

Adoptees Are Silently Searching for Missing Birth Fathers In the majority of adoption literature, birth mothers are mentioned as the predominant loss for the adoptee. While interviewing more than 70 adoptees for a book, I learned that they think about their birth fathers as much as birth mothers. So why aren’t birth fathers honored? Why aren’t they mentioned? A father

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