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Join these two pages please?http://www.facebook.com/GovtCorruptionhttp://www.facebook.com/birthmommissionsMy non-profit if anyone wants to review or join.http://gr8np.org/go/pBghttp://www.facebook.com/photo.php?v=2386084349461Quotes from page:"I don't want to go over the whole story. Ya'll know it by now. I was raped 6 years ago, drugged with prozac so much I suppressed the pregnancy for 7 months and I didnt want to abort her, long story we almost died, we had 1 month of bliss together, I picked out the "perfect" parents for her. I signed about my rights to her and gave her to the gov't (while still on drugs and scared like all the girls at the dorms I was in) and I havent seen her since April 15th 2008. She is 5 today. I promised myself I'd hold her before then. I love my daughter, I'd die for her. that's the gist. ""Just got off the phone with Jordan Page, man I love that guy. Going to meet with him and his wife this week to discuss and set up a new long-term funding opportunity for my non-profit (my mission in life, saving kids and families) Anyways it's really cool and I am so excited. I suck at raising money or asking for donations, and this way people can help while getting something in return, something awesome (I won't say what, cause I might not describe & give it justice) It's awesome cause all of it helps people, there is no side that doesn't gain. And we save children's lives in a totally new way. So if you're tired of seeing all talk and no action. Well, just wait and see what's coming! Thanks Brett Pedersen for forwarding me the post of his. I might have missed it! I don't usually talk about my non-profit that much on here, cause I have another profile for that! (BirthMom BirthMom e. Donna G. Paul actually wrote a book that will be
will be telling my story a bit and explaining how adoption and the libertarian principles can be and IMO should be used together to benefit everyone in society. Even those who don't think they are affected by it. The major reason I care is for the kids. They need to know they are loved and were always by there birth mothers, and know what "most" (if not all) birth mothers really went through and how distorted the truth gets in these situations. I really want Jodi Tyree, Jerry Jerry A Shults, James McCloskey, Brett Pedersen, anyone adopted or affected by adoption, and any of my birth moms who want to call in. BirthMom Adoption will be there and many members of my non-profit will be listening too. Hopefully we can get some things moving, change some opinions, and open some minds to a world that isn't talked about much. see ya there. # is 1-347-202-0391. Abortion, Pro-Life, Eviction, Free Market, Parental Rights, etc... My "other" life (with a separate profile) is running my non profit, called Birth Mom Missions. I started it after being raped when I was younger, suppressing the pregnancy and rape, having a beautiful baby girl, living in an adoption dorm with 35 other pregnant girls, and then placing her for adoption)
But almost everyone knows someone adopted. And if they (they adopted persons) only knew where they came from and that they were/ are loved, it would have great affects on society as a whole IMO My husbands birth mom has worked on birth father rights too. In the same regard...they pressure for moms and dads in jail to give up rights needs addressed too.
The grief which results from adoption loss more often follows a pattern which is the exact opposite of what one might expect in the case of other losses. Disenfranchised grief is when the grief is connected with a loss which cannot be openly acknowledged, publicly mourned or socially supported. In many cases of disenfranchised grief, the relationship is not recognized, the loss is not recognized or the griever is not recognized. The loss of a child through adoption is usually a loss which cannot be openly acknowledged, which is why mothers often suffer in silence...people who have experienced any type of loss often feel anger, guilt, sadness, depression, hopelessness and numbness and that in cases of disenfranchised grief, these feelings can persist for a very long time. The lack of recognition of their grief often results in them holding on to it more tenaciously than they might otherwise have done. Many different groups of people fear birth parent grief for many reasons. The old adage goes that people fear what they don't know. We would like to shed a little light on why birth parent grief isn't meant to be scary to adoptive parents, adoptees or the general public. We want adoptive patents to know birth moms are not to be feared and we want most of all to let our children know how much they are loved by us. I started this mission as a way of honoring my daughter for who she is and everything she is teaching me about life.
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Join host and birthmother Annette M along with special guest Sarah Noelle as they discuss one birthmother's journey of two adoptions.
You will be encouraged as they discuss a life of one who traveled a road of rape, brokenness, hope and forgiveness!
Has all the "I love you's" and "we are going to spend the rest of our lives together" stopped? Has the birthfather walked away and now you and your baby are a "thing of the past"? Do you now struggle with feeling rejected and abandoned by the one you were sure would understand the most?
Join us today for JUST BIRTHPARENTS, "Birthmoms living life without Birthfathers" as you are encouraged and empowered in truth by host and birthmom Annette Milanowski!
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November is National Adoption Month and in honor of all those in the adoption triad, adoption walks/gatherings are happening across the states. Find out more on how you can particpate in these FREE events!
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Join host Annette M and guest speaker Ashley Mitchell of Blessings in a Basket and Big Tough Girl for for JUST BIRTHPARENTS "National Adoption Month".
November is National Adoption Month and in honor of all those in the adoption triad, adoption walks/gatherings are happening across the states. Ashley shares about the upcoming AZ Adoption Walk on Saturday, November 10, a FREE event for the entire family!
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Join host and birthmother Annette M for Letting Go of Worry on today's show of Just BirthParents as she continues the discussion of Worry Free Living (aired October 1, 2012) and continues with the step by step application of "Letting Go of Worry".
Join us today on Just BirthParents as guest speaker, Ashley Mitchell, Founder of Blessings in a Basket and Big Tough Girl shares their upcoming event in honor of National Adoption Month.
Ashley will be sharing about the upcoming Adoption Walks around the states in the month of November.
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