Remember, You're Mine: An Adoption Story
Adopted from an orphanage at seven and a half months, a retired lawyer in his late seventies describes growing up in North Dakota with lifelong questions about his beginnings, his search for his birth parents and the highs and lows of his discoveries. Through the structure of an autobiography, the book tells about "closed" adoptions of the 1940s, 50s and 60s and the permanent impact they had on each member of the adoption triad: the birth mother, the adoptive parents and the adoptee. Most importantly, by example, this story provides insight into the need for communication between adoptive parents and their adopted child. Filled with antidotes, history and humor, a must read for those interested in the world of adoption.
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