To Whom It May Concern:


“I sat with my anger long enough, until she told me her name is grief.


A birthmoms side of the ugly truth of adoption and the healing, the heartache, the unexpected side effects that have made my who I am today. Defining pain and trauma to a place of healing. These are the pages I’ve filled in the last five years.

Healing and self-love sounded cliche but seeing to know the truth: It’s selfish not to heal. It’s self-indulgent not to put in the work. I’m ready to share my to whom it may concern:

“Our wounds are often the openings into the best and the most beautiful part of us”
– David Richo

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