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laurie37 laurie37 18-21, F 9 Answers Jul 16, 2012

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hello, laures17,<br />
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need to say<br />
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........... take care, get some support before you start your search<br />
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................. might be all good ;-))<br />
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....................... but might not be :-((<br />
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............................ have you asked why your folks won't tell you?<br />
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................................ maybe they are protecting you from something??<br />
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depends.... if you are in the u.k., then citizens advice bureau (C.A.B.) can be a good source of information. also, barnados can be very helpful and supportive. if you are not in the u.k., ..... sorry, i don't know.<br />
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hope it goes well for you.<br />
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respect, from robbie

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Start with getting a copy of your birth certificate and then work to find out if it was altered. If the birth mother doesn't want to know then it will be hard to find out information. You might mention to your adoptive parents that you would like the information for health reasons and see if they will be more helpful.

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if your parents wont tell you then there is no chance that you can ever know at least thi , that you are an adopted child think .................. :)

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Check out adoption registries. Unless you live in Alberta Canada. They take your name and info, and but it into a data ba<x>se and if your birth parents are registered they can match you.

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Depends which country your in, different ones have different laws on tracing birth parents and what info you are allowed by law. If you were adopted through an agency and know the name of it that's often the best place to start.

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