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Michelle MadridBranch
February 12, 2019
[img]https://adoption.com/community/PF.Base/file/attachment/2019/02/5bc6eb991147e77d3e4a0ab39a53b08d_view.jpg[/img] Adoption is hard. It’s so very hard. And, it’s beautiful. Adoption is heartbreakingly beautiful. I understand the complexities of adoption. I’ve lived them. I live them. Adoption never leaves you. For the adoptee, it’s a journey that spans a lifetime. Being adopted is an experience we didn’t ask for, or even cause. There are real and raw moments when it seems that the pain and confusion of adoption cannot be overcome. Asking why, often times, seems pointless when answers are hard to find. Adoption can seem unfair. Unjust. Adoption can hurt. You may wonder if you’ll ever move beyond the disempowering feelings. I want you to know that you can. You can move beyond the hurt. You can transform your relationship with adoption from pain to power, from pieces to promise. As an adoptee, I’m familiar with the anger that can intensify within. I’ve ached from the weight of unresolved emotions left bottled up inside. I have kept close company with fear. Afraid of rejection. Afraid of connection. I’ve lived parts of my life trying to inject myself into the past, only to discover that this didn’t really serve me. Trying to change what had already occurred left me feeling defeated and alone. I learned, over the years, that I couldn’t alter my early story. I didn’t hold that kind of power. I couldn’t go back and be the girl I was before adoption entered my life. Evolving into the woman I dreamed of becoming would require that I reframe my relationship to the past and to my own adoption. This reframing would be the only way forward to a meaningful and empowering transformation. I had to identify what was preventing me from progressing in my life and in my relationships. What was keeping me from feeling joy, experiencing love and connection, and a sense of purpose and calling? I discovered that living in the past of adoption and staying stuck in that place would never aide me in sharing the wealth of wisdom and compassion that I possess as an adoptee. I had to take ownership of these gifts. I couldn’t ignore them anymore. In other words, I needed to participate in my own rescue. I had to take responsibility for my life. No longer blaming other people or past situations for my pain. Read full blogpost here: https://michellemadridbranch.com/transforming-your-relationship-with-adoption/

February 5, 2019
Hi, I am looking for my half brother. His birth name was Dennis D Nelson, he was born on October 21, 1963 in Alameda, CA and was apparently adopted at a young age somewhere in California. I have found my half sister, his whole sister Debbie and she stated that she does not remember him, which I am thinking that my mom put him up for adoption and chose not to tell us that part of the story. His birth parents were Patricia (Howe) and George E Nelson. If anyone has any information or knows this person, please let me know. Thank you so much in advance. Rhonda

January 21, 2019
That's the day I was born in las cruces ,NM. I was adopted the next day and brought to Albuquerque, where I had the most loving family I could've ever asked for waiting to give me the most amazing childhood, and made me the woman I am today, but the empty space in my heart needs to be filled. I need to know my birth mother, and my birth family . I know she had what would've been my brother as well, and she was taking care of my mentally disabled aunt, due to whooping cough as a child. If this sounds familiar to you or close to someone you know please , please lmk . My name is Andrea I'm 37 and was born at the memorial hospital in las cruces nm . And my parents went through chapparral agency.

January 16, 2019
Dear All, Sorry to say that my parents are dead. But I feel I need them.I am 34 years old from Bangladesh. I have post graduated from English Literature. Could any loving parents for me? I will be waiting for you. Kind regards, Misba misbahussadat7@gmail.com./+8801779888098

Michelle MadridBranch
January 4, 2019
I spoke at a conference in San Diego this past weekend. The event— Embrace Who You Are—was organized by Oleg Lougheed and his non-profit group, Overcoming Odds. Oleg has a vision to create space for adoptees to share their experiences and overcome their challenges. He believes, like I do, in the power of story. Yours, mine, and his. The day was transformative! It further strengthened my long-standing opinion that adoptees have a universe of wisdom to share with the world. All we have to do is assure them that it’s safe to open up and let that wisdom flow. Have you ever thought about your story as your superpower? Or, even your swagger? I understand if your answer is no. So very often, the broken parts of our stories leave us feeling weak and inferior. We don’t see ourselves as superheroes. We lose our strut. We don’t remember how to rise. Confidence becomes a stranger. Embracing our flaws seems impossible. Yet, on Saturday, as I listened to stories of adults who have walked the journey of foster care and adoption, I saw—right in front of me—individuals committed to unstoppable growth. Determined to move through the struggle of their lives and on to success in all areas of living. Each possessed a psychology of strength, forgiveness, gratitude, and an over-arching ability to love unconditionally. Read full blogpost: https://michellemadridbranch.com/adoptee-mindset-beautiful-people-beautiful-stories/ [img]https://adoption.com/community/PF.Base/file/attachment/2019/01/32fcf775623a51ffb96c07e9a0db89e8_view.jpg[/img]

Michelle MadridBranch
January 4, 2019
Have you been thinking about adopting a child? Do you wonder if you have what it takes to be a parent-by-adoption? The decision to adopt should come with a healthy dose of contemplation. A child’s life depends on a parent’s complete and total dedication. Today, too many kids in America are languishing in the foster system. In total, there are some 400,000 children in U.S. foster care right now. Around 100,000 of them are eligible and waiting to be adopted. These are kids who won’t be with their forever families this Thanksgiving. It’s hard to think of what might be going through their innocent minds. How they may wonder if a family will ever arrive. They may question if they’re even worthy of a family. It’s devastating to think about how heavy this weight must be on their young shoulders. As I prepare to gather around a Thanksgiving table with my family, I’m holding every foster child in my thoughts and in my prayers. It’s so important that we do. We can’t stop! They need us. They need us to recognize their needs. The need for love, for connection, for a warm place to call home. I know it can be scary to consider adopting. We want certainty in this life and adopting—like most things—comes with a ton of uncertainty. However, it is often when we step outside of uncertainty and take a leap into the unknown that we grow and find a fuller meaning in life, and develop a greater ability to love others. As children in U.S. foster care wait on their forever wishes to come true, here are 5 reasons why I know becoming a parent-by-adoption is 100% worthwhile: 1.) There is transformational power found in family. Family is the basic unit of society and when families thrive, our communities and our world thrives! Read full blogpost here: https://michellemadridbranch.com/have-you-been-thinking-about-adopting-a-child/ [img]https://adoption.com/community/PF.Base/file/attachment/2019/01/c2fc67e769f4a1b7ac9fea5d18e0cb48_view.png[/img]

December 22, 2018
My name’s Lexi I’m 17 years old and I’m from the Philippines. I’m looking for someone to adopt me as my parents are separated; my dad abandoned me and my mom when I was little. My mom has a fiancé but I dont like him. He is verbally abusive. He also battered my mom in front of me and my half brother when we were little and he hurt me physically when I was in 7th grade that I had to go back to my grandmother. My grandmother can no longer provide for me and once wanted me out of her house. Financial support isnt the reason why I’m here. I’m here because ever since I was little, I’ve always wanted to move out of my country. I can’t be myself here. I was diagnosed with clinical depression 2 years ago and committed suicide couple times. I don’t feel loved and my relatives are jealous of me. I don’t know where to go and what to do anymore. I took a gap year from school to focus on recovering since I have depression. I don’t feel like I belong here. I am cheerful, passionate, loving, caring, spontaneous, adventurous. I like to sing, draw and play the guitar. I only kept it short and simple. If you want to get to know me or know more about me, kindly send me an e-mail lexi_sx@yahoo.com