1. PaulCazaletPI October 3, 2013


    Do you have any information on your birth parents ?

  2. karebears December 19, 2013

    Have you gotten non-identifying information? I found my friends birth mother by using the non-identifying info we received. It gave me a starting point and clues about where to start looking. I joined a group called Reuniting MN and posted the non id info as well as the birth place/hospital where my friend was born. They were able to steer me in the right direction about the possible town that the birth mother lived in based on the non-id info. I then found some archived newspaper articles and was able to find her based on all the clues we had obtained. It is a process and it seemed impossible to find her but we did. I can try to help you. Email me at rasberrykari@yahoo.com.

  3. thecoolcoder December 28, 2013

    Do you have any siblings from birth parents? My half brother found his birth mother because he and his brother knew the hospital they were born at and they looked for mothers that gave birth on the day that he and his brother were born and there was only one mother. They were successful in reuniting. Do you know the hospital that you were born in? Were you born in a small hospital? Maybe you could search for every birth mother birth certificate in the county where you were born? From there,you might find names to sift through and find photos of parents or other siblings that you resemble. My half brother did not need to convince me of anything, it was self evident that we had the dame father.

  4. ta2609 September 28, 2014

    Hi Kevin — I am an adoptee who also writes about adoption issues. Let me know if you have any interest in doing an article about your story, which might give it some additional exposure. Here’s a link to my other articles. Thanks, Tom Andriola http://www.pinterest.com/tomandriola1/adoption/

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