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What if you found out you were adopted? What would you do? How would it change things?
Now, I’m not talking about finding out as a child or a teenager. I’m talking about discovering right now that you really were adopted and that the parents that raised you didn’t “make” you, they adopted you.
Personally, it wouldn’t mean a thing to me, and I wouldn’t change anything in my life as a result. I would not be even the least bit curious as to what really happened or why, nor would I seek out my “real” parents to meet them.
Now I’m 59 years old, so maybe being this age has something to do with it, or maybe I’m just the odd man out. What about you folks out there? Don’t go with your initial response, think about it first.
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