Adoptees telling their own stories of life in adoption, their search for their birth family, and how their reunion attempt turned out. Stories that make you laugh, cry, or simply say "wow". This podcast has two purposes: 1) To help you explore your own feelings about your adoption, accept your desire understand your own personal history, and decide for yourself whether reunification with your biological relatives is right for you. It will help you understand how others have dealt with issues related to protecting the feelings of their adopted families who may be supportive of your search, or question your motives and present challenges. 2) For non-adoptees, this podcast will help you understand some of what is in the minds of your friends, family members, or others who are adopted. Perhaps you had questions for them but you didn’t know if you should ask. The stories will make you smile or bring you to tears, but they’re all true as told by the people who lived them. In them, I hope you... more
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Kamina called me from Dubai, but she grew up in Texas. Kamina said she was always confused about why she didn't look like her adoptive family and no one would ever admit she was adopted. more
Trish from Arlington, Texas had open access to her adoption records which provided the information she needed to find her birth mother. But just because she was found didn't mean the woman wanted to talk. more
My guest asked that I maintain her anonymity, so I’ll refer to her as Nina. She shared her story growing up with dedicated parents who embraced her challenges and gave her the foundational support she needed. Her birth father found her through a reun... more
I am an older adoptee (63), I find myself increasingly drawn to researching my maternal and paternal family trees and seeking a reunion with each biological parent before my “backstory” is lost forever. This podcast not only gives me hope, it also gives me new perspectives to consider and apply to my own path. Damon is a great active listener, teasing out additional thoughts and details with compassion and insight. Although many stories have similar threads, each adoptee’s journey weaves its own... more
This is an excellent podcast. Damon has given us as adoptees a platform to tell our story in a safe positive no judgement atmosphere. Damon’s calm manner draws out the details and he helps shine light into the dark corners, he has so much empathy for each adoptee and their own personal story comes out as he gently probes and prompts. If you are an adoptee you need to give this s serious listen.
Your show gives me insight into my students’ lives who experience adoption.
I simply can not get enough of this podcast!!! more
For the empathy and maturity.
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