I will try to keep this short so here goes. My daughter joined my family when she was 5 weeks old. I had contact with her bmom through letters until we lost touch and the agency closed. I then found her and she sent me a letter saying how happy she was that I found her. My daughter has sent her some cards and I have sent letters but we haven't heard from her. My daughter blames me she says I am lying to her that I am keeping her bmom from her that I don't love her. I tried to get her to get ready for school this morning and she refused to go and I told her if she didn't go to school then she couldn't do something else and she said fine she would quit school (she is 10) and I said that wouldn't happen that the state would come and take her from us if she didn't go to school. She said great then maybe they would return her to her "real" mom. I told her that I am her "forever" mom and that I am doing everything I can so she can meet her bmom. She didn't believe me, she called me horrible things and told me she wished I was dead etc. etc. My question to you all is, is there anything I can say to her that would help her realize that I am not keeping information from her or keeping her bmom from her? She is very angry and hurt and that really hurts me as well. Thank you
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