Should Adopted Children Know Their Birth Parents?

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Whether or not adopted children should know their birth parents depends on the situation. There are several reasons why children may be put up for adoption in the first place, and sometimes it is for the safety of the children. Ultimately each situation should be assessed individually to determine if the adopted children would be better off knowing who their birth parents are.
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1. Recognize that adopted children finding their birth parents is a completely normal part of adoption. 2. Support your children in their decision to find their birth parents. They
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Start at the very beginning: when and where the adoption took place. Most families use a social worker, attorney or both during the initial adoption pr
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I do not know the exact percentage. However, I think that it is only natural for an adopted child to look or try to look for their birth parent(s).
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