i'm new to group but not that new to subject and feelings. my story is in sept. 2003 i put my new born up for adoption.at the time i felt i couldn't take care of her the way i thought she should be takien care of. i dont regret my decision, but i live with tremendous guilt.it was the hardest thing of my life. but i see thru pictures and letters(open adoption) she's thriving. The couple that adopted her are wonderful and i see they give her what i couldn't financially. her bday is 9 days after mine, so 5 years old this year.
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