I have read a lot of posts latley where birthparents are in anguish over their decisions to put their children for adoption. I wanted to share that when I did this, I went through the stages of grief. I think it is important for us to grieve for our children, but then get on with our lives. What's done is done, and at least you guys know that you made this hard choice out of love. You put your child's needs aboeve your own. This is how I have gotten through the past 16 years. Good luck to you all.
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