Category Archives: adoption

Finding your ancestry roots through DNA testing

DNA testing for ancestry has been a high-tech new boon to those wanting to dig deep for their family roots. Whether just curious or have nothing else to go on to find ancestors, people are happy to spend $100 or … Continue reading

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Adoption and finding your roots

Finding your roots is a difficult topic for those who have been adopted. In an earlier post, “Is knowing your roots important,” I said it depends on the person. Some people don’t even care that much about their current families, much … Continue reading

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Searching for Jane, Finding Myself: a memoir by an adopted child

In a recent posting, I mused about a comment a young lady made to me about five years ago. She said she was adopted, so she didn’t have any stories about her mother. I said she had a mother whose … Continue reading

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