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15 Real Encounters Of When Adopted Kids Met Their Birth Parents
"It was like literally looking at myself as I age."

I met them when I was 18 and found out they are still together and have 3 kids they kept😳
A bit surreal, I'm really like her in appearance, personality and even mannerisms so it was literally like looking at a version of myself as I age.
Personally it was nothing for me. When I met my biological mother I didn't feel anything. I don't care for her. I feel resentment towards her. But I don't hate her.
Disappointing there was no magical connection and he didn't feel like my dad just some drug addict loser
Birthmom: Horrid. I hate her and want next to nothing to do with her.
Birthdad: love him to bits. He actually tried to be a dad.
I met my biological father out of pure curiosity and tbh it was awkward since he wanted to get back into my life but it was too late. My stepdad has been the dad I needed.
Emotional to say the least but it was eye opening how much i am like my birth mom even though she never raised me. I still am so much like her its ridiculous actually.
To be honest it was kinda awkward because I thought I was Mexican. turns out when I saw my biological father he was japnese so I'm half. but it was kinda cool too because we both love anime
I'm 24 and just found her 2 years ago after my photo went viral on FB. She was decent but she came on way too strong and I don't want a relationship at all. No point.
For me personally, i finally found what was missing, my other half.

 I felt a peace inside me, i hadnt felt before.
Horribly disappointing and it brought back all the trauma. Haven't visited again in 5 years, still dealing with the pain from the first 2 meets
It was crazy- we are so much alike! Neither of us knew what to say so we just stared at each other and giggled! 
(Us in pic)
I met my birth mother and father for the first time a few months ago. It was awkward as hell and I don't want to see them ever again.
It was awkward. But my bio mom and I clicked. I knew her for 2 years before she passed from bone, liver and lung cancer. It definitely hit me hard as I had always wanted a mom..
I was scared the first time I met my bio mom. But things went great and we spent a few holidays together. Then things changed and now we don't really talk except on facebook


15 Real Encounters Of When Adopted Kids Met Their Birth Parents