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A resident of the U.S. city of Kansas city, Missouri, learned that is a survivor of abortion and found his birth mother 30 years after birth. This is the website of The Sun.
In the 1970-ies of the 19-year-old Ruth (Ruth) was seven months pregnant and her mother forced her to have an abortion with a saline solution. The operation was unsuccessful, and the fetus survived. Mother Ruth had insisted that the doctors didn’t inform her daughter and threw the child as medical waste.
The nurse had pity on the newborn child and placed him in the intensive care unit for newborns. The girl survived, and two months later she was adopted by a couple — Ron (Ron) and Linda (Linda). By this time they already had four years of his daughter Tammy (Tammy). Adopted a girl named Melissa (Melissa), or shortened to Missy.
Foster parents have provided Missy a happy childhood. They never hid the fact that she is not their biological child, but she was not worried about it. She thought her biological mother got pregnant too early and were too young to care for her. When Missy was 14 years old, she had a fight with my sister, Tammy, and rashly told her, “At least my parents wanted me.” The result is the foster mother sat Missy and explained to her that she was the victim of a failed abortion.
She tried to hide from others the pain from this news, but couldn’t control his emotions and began to drink. After some time, she managed to overcome the shock, and at the age of 19 years she decided to find her biological parents.
Missy learned their names, and in 2007 tried to contact the father. It turned out that the man died, but she managed to make friends with the grandfather on the paternal side.
American and learned the names of the parents of her biological mother, but later discovered that the daughter does not communicate with them. She decided that nothing more could be done, but in 2013 she was contacted by a cousin of her mother. She decided to help them to meet and told Ruth, who is now 62 years old, that her daughter survived an abortion.
Three years mother and daughter exchanged letters and postcards, but Ruth did not feel in himself sufficient moral strength for the meeting. In 2016, Missy has offered to meet, and her mother agreed. Together they went to the zoo. “As soon as we met, we hugged and hugged. Now we see each other all the time. We both live in Kansas city, and my children call her grandmother,” he told Missy.
“Over the last couple of years we have discovered that we have much more in common than just physical characteristics. We are both passionate and enthusiastic and fully dedicated to any project you’re working. We are empathic and spend a lot of time worrying about others,” she said.
Earlier it was reported that a brother and sister from Ireland met for the first time more than 50 years after their infant abandoned by her mother. Both found in red plaid bags in different locations with a difference of six years.
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