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What Adopted and Foster Kids Consider Worse Than Anger

What Cripples Adoptees from Connecting and Growing?

But, this crummy fear consumes, engulfs, surrounds, and ties our tongues.  It condemns beautiful personalities,  prompts self-protection at any level, and requires all dangers to disappear. It thrives on isolation and multiples with broken promises. It cripples authenticity and encourages sickness.

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Dude..No Need To Feel Guilty For Thoughts About Your Birth Mom

What If I Tell My Thoughts to My Parents? I don't want to hurt them, but in reality. I miss my birth mom so much. What can I do with these thoughts about her?

Just think about how intimately we were united with the woman who gave us birth! What a connection we had for at least nine months. An inseparable bond. As inseparable as tea from hot water. As inseparable as a bud from the stem of a flower. As inseparable as the ocean from the sand.

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What If Adoptees and Foster Kids Discover They’re Royalty?

What If I'm a Queen

This photograph is fodder for the imagination of foster and adopted kids who need to envision the awesome life God has planned for them. Sherrie provides truths and life purpose that often comes from painful beginnings.

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