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I’m looking for my birth mother and older sister, my name was Megan Blakely (I’m not sure about the spelling)

I’m looking for my birth mother and older sister, my name was Megan Blakely (I’m not sure about the spelling) Topic: Labor case study
May 26, 2019 / By Amalee
Question: I was born in Kearney Nebraska, on Feb 2 1990 and I use Megan Blakely as my online alias. :D I’ve been curious about my biological mother for a long time, I brought it up with my mom a few years ago and she seemed hurt so I didn’t bring it up again. Mom actually brought it up a few nights ago and told me that If I still wanted to know about her (my birth mom) she (my mom) would help me as much as she could. She said they signed something years ago that said if we wanted to contact her she had to ask for the contact first or something like that. They used to send pictures on my birthday every year until my birth mom didn’t ask for them anymore. I love both of my parents very much, they’ve given me everything I’ve needed and most of what I’ve wanted. I have an older brother, also adopted, that I adore. My mom took me to Kearney when I turned 15, as a surprise, we were on what we called a “Skating Tour of America” (I was into ice skating for a long time) and she took me to a Pizza Hut, apparently where my birth mother went into labor, and then to The hospital where I was born. If I remember it’s called “Good Samaritan.” I got to look at some of the birthing rooms, where I might have been born and at my birth records and at the intensive-whatever-it’s-called place they took the premature babies (I don’t think I was premature enough to have had to stay there.) My Birth Mothers Name is Dawn E. Blakely. I don’t want to hurt anyone, if she doesn’t want to meet me or know about me I will respect that. I guess I’m hoping that someone who knows her will come across this and pass it along. Or that she will discover it. Or that someone who’s been through this knows what I can do to look for her. Any legal suggestions are welcome. Wish me luck and God bless anyone who reads this.
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Wainamoinen Wainamoinen | 6 days ago
There are lots of adoption support groups online that can help you. Never Give Up! http://reunion.adoption.com Great Articles http://www.adoption-help.org Support Groups: http://groups.msn.com/TheForgottenPeople Yahoo! Groups http://groups.yahoo.com SearchingRegistry familytiesadoptionsearch adoptee-support soaringangels usaadoptiondatabase touchedbyadoption Google Groups alt.birthright alt.support.adoption alt.support.adoption Top Rated Books: Adoption Healing ...a path to recovery by Joseph M. Soll The Adoption Reunion Survival Guide: Preparing Yourself for the Search, Reunion, and Beyond Being Adopted: The Lifelong Search for Self by David M. Brodzinsky Birthright: The Guide to Search and Reunion for Adoptees, Birthparents, and Adoptive... by Jean A. S. Strauss Whose Child? : An Adoptee's Healing Journey from Relinquishment through Reunion ... and Beyond by Kasey Hamner Adoption: Uncharted Waters: A Psychologist's Case Studies. . . Clinical and Forensic Issues, With Practical Advice for Adoptees, Parents and Therapists by David Kirschner Birthbond: Reunions Between Birthparents and Adoptees - What Happens After... by Judith S. Gedimen Adoption Healing... A Path to Recovery for Mothers Who Lost Children to Adoption by Joseph M. Soll and Karen Wilson Buterbaugh Adoption Forum: Intimate Discussions to Unite the Triad in Healing by Kasey Hamner www.ussearch.com (the first part is free)..and this can tell you where they might live..(city and state) www.pipl.com www.zabasearch.com white pages to find listed people www.theultimates.com
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Wainamoinen Originally Answered: I have been a single mother since the birth of my child. I was 25 when she was born? Why is my sister so mean?
Honestly I don't think any of these other people have read your entire question, including the details, if they did one of them would of said that it is amazing you are still alive and putting up with your families sh*t. Hell yeah throw it in her face, she is a MURDERER. You kept your flesh and blood alive and she killed her own offspring. The way she treats you means she deserves something....some punishment!
Wainamoinen Originally Answered: I have been a single mother since the birth of my child. I was 25 when she was born? Why is my sister so mean?
Learn to pick your battles. What are the short and long term consequences if you win this little war of words? And if you lose? Neither option seems very good. Let your sister and brother in law know how they are to act if they want to maintain a relationship with you. You don't have to do this at a party in front of everyone it can be with a note or in private. At that time you can also let them know how you hate abortion. If they will not respect you then cut them off and don't look back. Go on with your life and don't think of them again. Did you mean to say you were uninvited above? Why? Over what? If it was over this issue then you have your answer. Don't make an announcement or anything to them. Just don't return calls or communication or anything.

Royston Royston
OK, according to the California birth index, your sister was named Soogrim and not Reed. Rebecca Jericho Soogrim Birth Date: 11 Jun 1994 Gender: Female Mother's Maiden Name: Reed Birth County: San Diego I also ran an Intellius report on your mother's. name. It has 150 results, although many can be eliminated because of the wrong birth date. There are a number a results, however, that have no birth date, but could otherwise match her. Since I've run the report, I'd be glad to email you the results. Because of the layout of the report, however, the only way to keep it very readable was to put it in a Word document, so I'll need to email it to you in a manner than allows attachments. Sorry about that. If you want the report, just email me through the Y!A system and give me an email address where I can send it. If you're not comfy giving your 'real' email address, just create an email address through Yahoo or Hotmail specifically for our transaction so you don't have to give me your 'real' one. Hopefully, one of these women is she! ETA: Got your email and sent you the report. Good luck to you!!
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Morris Morris
This isn't an answer to your question. But, just wanted to send you best wishes. I will pray that you get the information you long for, Megan.
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Morris Originally Answered: Whats that older computer game about spelling bees with a detective that goes around a school fighting robots?
Oh I used to have that game! Give me a bit of time to do some finding in my house and some research I'll earn that best answer! Found it: http://www.retrojunk.com/details_article... This it? Called: SuperSolvers Spellbound! Yeah i loved that game when i was a kid.... like 10+ years ago lol There were alota games featuring him, one was set in a winter environment

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