Adoption Reunion
Ecstasy or Agony? - by Evelyn Robinson

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Adoption Reunion – Ecstasy or Agony – by Evelyn Robinson

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Paperback: 182 pages
Publisher: Clova Publications
ISBN: 9780646516974
Trim size: 200 x 130 mm
“I’ve been reunited with the son that I lost to adoption but it’s been rather a stormy relationship over the years. Then recently he met his father. Since then he seems much more accepting and less judgmental. Have you heard of this happening before?”
“Adopted people are really the innocent parties in this whole adoption business, as we had no say in what took place when we were born. Don’t you agree that we should have the right to make the decisions when it comes to search and reunion?”
“We raised three adopted children and gave them everything we could because their original parents didn’t want to bring them up. How can it be right for their original parents to come into our lives and try to take their children back?”
“I can’t understand why so many mothers just gave away their babies in the 1960s and 1970s. How could they have done that?”
You will find Evelyn Robinson’s answers to these and many other questions in this book, which has been released by Clova Publications to acknowledge Evelyn’s appreciation for her involvement with the adoption community for the last twenty years. Evelyn is employed as a counsellor and educator in Australia and has also acted as a consultant on reunion issues in the United Kingdom, the United States, Canada, Ireland, New Zealand and Romania. Information about Evelyn and her work is available from
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