Is it my fault that my birth mom gave me up?
I sometimes think it is my fault but I don't know why.
I say I think it is my fault because I was born first and then she had three more after that (my brothers). I think because I was born she wanted to be a mom after she had me at sixteen and then from there on she had more kids at very young ages. So, I need to know is it my fault or not.
One more thing I am adopted but before I was adopted I was in foster care until I was nine years old. Also, in anyone's honest opinion, do you think she still thinks and still loves me and my three brother's.
Anyone that reads this thread please write a comment because I need outside opinions about this because even though I've got opinions from my adopted family and my therapist to I feel like I need more opnions about so I can maybe move on and think about me future.
So, please read this thread and comment on this so I can see what othet people think about it.
No it's not your fault. I'm also adopted, my birth-mother left me in an orphanage after I was born. It isn't our fault that stuff like this happens, we just gotta learn from it.
I don't know if your mom loves you, she probably does, maybe she was doing what she thought was best and trying to give you a better life...
Thank you for that reply because that really makes me feel better and makes me know that I am not a mistake to her and my birth dad as well. I guest when I was born that I a gift to them and that they are always going to love me in some sort of way no matter what.
So, again thank you for sending this reply to me and now I know that I am probably not the only one in the world that is adopted.
So, now I can probably converse with you.
P.S. Battle-For-Freedom, Look out for other threads that I may or may not put out. But, just in case keep a look out and reply to the other threads in the future.
Awww, thanks, glad I helped! If you ever need to talk I'm on pretty much everday, so I'll be here! Yeah I'll keep my eye out for other threads.
Anyway, nobody is a 'mistake'. No matter what circumstances or situations they've been through. The world is a machine with no spare parts, everyone matters and everyone has a purpose and place in the world. Just remember that when you're feeling down! :-D
GOD bless you!
I would very much appreciated if you have any more advice on something of this subject that you just keep on replying to me.
thank you once again,
It's not anybody's fault that they were given up. Think about the elderly who have been forgotten by their families and their own children. Think about the poor people whom society shunned and simply accepted as an everyday occurence. It's not your fault. Not anybody's fault. We don't know what was running through your mother's mind when she gave you up. Maybe she wanted you to have a better life. Maybe she thought she couldn't handle you. I think she still loves you. She helped create you, after all. Even if one day, should you meet her, and should she deny it, remember that there will always be a fragment of that "motherly love" that belongs to you. No parent can forget a child, remember that.
Thank you for that I am glad someone gets my position in what I am in about being achild that was put up for adoption at the age 4 years old. Thank you christina96!!