Adopted Woman’s Biological Mother Connects Her to a Major Celebrity Sibling

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Adoption is always a tough topic to tackle when it comes time to let the child know their story. The news can come as a shock initially and leave a lot of questions marks. Even if adoptive parents shower a child with love and support, it’s only natural for them to feel a powerful urge and curiosity to seek out their biological parents, if only to discover their roots. 

Patricia Lofton’s story was no different, except, when she went looking for her biological family, what she found was life-altering…

More Questions

As adopted children grow older, plenty of questions begin to swirl—“Why was I given up?” “Were my parents good people?” or even “Do I have siblings I don’t know about?” This was exactly how Patricia Lofton felt…

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Patricia knew she was adopted, and as she grew up, she developed a serious itch to find out as much as she could about her biological mother. She really wasn’t sure where to begin with the search…

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