September 27, 2011

weaving love untangling confusion: The Invitation To my Bio-Dad

weaving love untangling confusion: The Invitation To my Bio-Dad: And yet another inspiration from 'The Invitation' I wrote this thinking about my bio-dad and my hopes and dreams of how we can con...

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

I love your blog, have read it for years, but found the blog you linked to very disturbing. Especially when the writer said she was entitled to maintain her sexual attraction to her father because it made their relationship "special," and after all, she had been denied that special relationship to him of kept siblings so she needed something to up the ante and hold his interest. Didn't blame him at all for cutting her off. Hope she stays out of his life forever.

I realize you did not link to that particular post but the blogger struck me as just another individual trying to blame other people and "adoption" for her emotional and psychological problems. A warning would have been appreciated. As to her latest statement, "GSA is a gift of love," hand me the barf bag. Um, does that apply when the adoptee is 15 too?

*Peach* said...

I linked to the poem only because I could strongly relate to the sentiment of longing for the close relationship with parents. Adoptees never know a healthy bond and closeness with their own parents, because it can only be built on the foundation of child/parent bonding, which we never had. It creates a hole in us which is very hard to put into words, and I think the author of this blog is great at reaching and expressing the deep longing of the relinquished.