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How Journaling Helped Me Heal – Thoughts from a Birth Mother

Utilizing this tool throughout the process I went through as a mother and as a birthmother has enabled me to process emotions that I wouldn’t have otherwise been able to process. My journal is a safe place for me, and it was especially crucial that I had a safe place when I felt like I was going through the adoption all by myself.

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Dreaming of My Son – Thoughts from a Birth Mother

I dream of my son often. Sometimes, I do not share these dreams with anyone. They belong to me. To me, it is our secret place. I wonder if he dreams of me?

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Adoption Is Always an Option – Thoughts from a Birth Mother

When you decide what is best for your child, you don’t just do it once. You chose what is best for them throughout their whole lifetime. Sometimes that means making that decision through adoption. Adoption is always an option.

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Ways I Express Love to My Son – Thoughts from a Birth Mother

Many people are familiar with the movie, “The Grinch Who Stole Christmas”, and I want to share my favorite line from it: “In Who-ville they say that the Grinch’s small heart grew three sizes that day!” – Dr. Seuss

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Your Rights as a Birth Mother – Thoughts from a Birth Mother

Do I have the right to see my child? Am I legally protected? Will I receive compensation? Can they change the baby’s name? Does the biological father have any rights?

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Adopt or Abort – Thoughts from a Birth Mother

Is it even a choice? How can you compare the two? Some people would say that one has to do with a woman’s right to choose and some would say it’s a right to life.

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The Importance of Unity Among Birth Mothers – Thoughts from a Birth Mother

I was all alone when I made the decision to put my son up for adoption. There was nowhere for me to turn. My decision was made regardless of how painful it was. My son was with his family, the ones he was always meant to be with.

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