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Adoption Healing... A Path to Recovery for Mothers Who Lost Children to
Adoption
is a unique book. The reader is provided with a description of the immaculate deception imposed on pregnant women and the ensuing tragedy of the loss of their babies to adoption and the profound effects on their lives. This is followed by different methods of healing the mother's wounds, includ
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Hardcover, 193 pages
Published January 1st 2003 by Gateway Press
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Paula Dwyer
May 12, 2018 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Read if you are ready to work through hidden truths

I am a mother and recently met my relinquished son after 30 years. After an initial honeymoon period, some hard feelings have surfaced. I found your advice on reunions helpful. I have always resorted to being my own counselor because I never found one who understands. Discovering the realities has been painful too. This book puts it into perspective, and I would recommend for those ready to come out of denial and secrecy.
Lisa Laba
interesting book
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Jul 15, 2014 rated it really liked it
Interesting and thoughtful, but not my style of therapy. I don't care for workbook format.
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For mothers (of adoption loss) this is the best book to read before you go into reunion. It is tragic and raw but it can help you to have better focus and validation about what you went through. Thanks to Karen, it is very close to what I personally went through... about 97% of it cover to cover. I can't recommend it enough but it is important to process it for awhile before you progress to other books on the subject such as Primal Wound, etc.
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