As an adopted baby, the author of this book would love to take you on a journey of adoption.
Her life story will touch your heart in many different ways as she takes you from babyhood to adulthood.
As she grew up many questions and thoughts flashed through her mind…….
Why was I not wanted?
Being raised by her adoptive parents whom she dearly loved, she often wondered who her biological parents were and why could they not take care of her? What did I do wrong? What were their reasons of letting her go?
Then during her teenage years she was faced with the news that her adoptive mom had cancer. Her struggles to try and understand, after all, this sickness can be cured, not so?
She didn’t understand. At the age of 13 she buried her mom asking these questions once again, Why did you leave me? What did I do wrong?
Still no answers and not knowing how to communicate her feelings, she ignored all these emotions that arose from time to time. Actually suppressed them to the extent of rebellion. During this time her adoptive dad remarried only to discover later his wife had an alcohol problem. Her stepmom gave her lots of love and devotion and went the extra mile. Then as a young adult she was once again faced with loss, the sudden death of her stepmom. Fears, insecurities, rejection and low esteem all took a toll on her life as she was trying to FIT IN.
Her seeking and searching for her biological mother will leave you breathless. She was looking for the mother she lost at the age of 13.
Meeting with her face to face she then realised: “It’s not her!”
This book will not only open your eyes to reality but will speak to your heart as the journey with her biological mom begins ………
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