The Great Adoptee Search Book
Where do I come from? Who do I look like? What genes have I inherited? Adoptees can be haunted by these & other questions. Many say they feel there is a piece missing from their identity. Yet, until records are unsealed, adoptees have no chance of learning the answers they seek--no chance except by undertaking a search on their own for their roots. Today, more & more adoptees are choosing to seek out their pasts. Yet, the decision alone to search does not bring the answers one seeks. Adoptees are immediately confronted by the question how? The Great Adoptee Search Book leads step by step through a simple formula of how to search. By using everything from: vital records, background histories, library references, maps, phone books, church records, school yearbooks & much more, the book teaches how building profiles can lead straight to one's birth parents without even knowing their names. Providing key resources of search agencies, support groups, referral services & birth registries, the book is an excellent reference source as well as a guide. Included is a checklist of sixty search objectives, which makes searching as simple as following a map. Video version of the book also available through Castle Rock Publishing. Recommended by Dr. Dirck Brown, founder of the Post Adoption Center for Education & Research, Chairman of International Soundex Reunion Registry.
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