Lost and found: the adoption experience

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Dial Press, 1979 - Family & Relationships - 303 pages
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Examines the psychological problems faced by adoptees and discusses the right of the adopted to know their true origins.

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Review: Lost & Found: The Adoption Experience

User Review  - Sam - Goodreads

I read this book after finding more recent "adoption experience" guides to be less applicable. I didn't find out I was adopted until my 30's and it is still an issue cloaked in strangeness with my ... Read full review

Review: Lost & Found: The Adoption Experience

User Review  - Jen Gibbs embree - Goodreads

A must read for any adoptee. I could have written this book myself, I found it so relative. Thanks to this book I am going thru a difficult but very necessary awakening concerning being adopted. Read full review

Contents

PART ONELOST
1
On Being Adopted
3
Messages from the Underground
9
Copyright

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