Who Am I? How to search for your birth parents if you’ve been adopted…

Who Am I? How to search for your biological mother / father if you’ve been adopted…

Liz loved her adopted dad and mom in a very special way. However, they weren’t the parents that created her, and she always felt the need to find out who her biological parents were. She had tried for years to find information about her birth parents. Her adoptive parents only knew the name of her mother and where she used to live, many years ago. The adoption agency that her adoptive parents went through was unwilling to provide her with any additional information. She searched and searched the Internet and the name of her mother, but she couldn’t find relevant information anywhere. She started to think that perhaps she’d never find out who her birth parents were. And she had so many questions to ask them.

Liz wanted to look at them in the face and see if she could find a resemblance to herself. She also wanted to know the reasons why she was put up for adoption and she wanted to thank them for giving her the opportunity to have the life that she had led with her beloved adoptive parents. She just couldn’t get over the need to talk to them, to see them, to at least know that they were alive and where they were living.
Anyway, Liz gave up for a while because she was out of resources and out of leads. However, upon another trip to the adoption agency, she found out that there was new staff working there.

Liz wondered if this new setup in the agency would provide her with the information she needed to carry on with her search.
As she asked, the new woman began by shaking her head before Liz even finished her question. Apologetically, the new woman told Liz that she wasn’t authorized to provide any information whatsoever. Then, to Liz’s surprise, the woman leaned closer to her and said: I was adopted too. I can’t give you any information about your birth parents, but I can give you the address of a website that helped me out with online investigations services.
Then, the woman wrote a website down on a sheet of paper (Investigations123.com) and handed it over to Liz.

Back at home, Liz realized that there was a space for a name, to be submitted within Investigations123.com’ search box, at our Homepage.
She thought for a moment about the woman at the adoption agency and she typed in her biological mother’s name. Within seconds, Investigations 123 com provided Liz with a new address and phone number. Liz absolutely could not believe it. All those years she has searched in vain, and then, within seconds, she found out the whereabouts of her biological mother. After coming to terms with this new situation, Liz finally dialed the phone number that had popped up, here at Investigations 123 com.

When the woman’s voice answered, Liz said: Hi. My name is Liz and I am looking for my birth mother. Did you give a baby girl up for adoption, thirty-three years ago?

There was a long pause and the woman on the other line began to sob. Liz simply couldn’t believe that she had finally found her birth mother, after so many years of fruitless searches. Since then, she has gotten to know both her birth mother and half siblings. Her father had passed away some time before that, but Liz was happy to know the rest of her biological family. She could never have found such critical information without Investigations123.com. Check our Homepage and fill in the search box, by clicking here.

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