Check out this post by Author, Judith Land.
Thoughts of my birth mother were sublime. I never doubted that she existed—even though I had never met her or knew her name. I recorded each pivotal event and critical stage in my life and described how I felt in a letter simply addressed to ‘Dear Mom’. The process of assembling and organizing these letters into a single coherent source inspired me to write the book Adoption Detective: Memoir of an Adopted Child.
Chapter 4 – Bonding. Birth parents Bruno Rossi and Rebecca Meyer were officially pardoned and released by the church and state of all moral responsibility. They would never know anything about the destiny of their child or if a family living in a foreign country would adopt her. They wouldn’t even know her name. All legal connections with their child had been as coldly and skillfully severed as the cutting of the umbilical cord.
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