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So every year around Mother's Day I get the same sort of tricky conundrum in my mind,' Mr Jon said.
'I'd love to be able to look my birth mother in the eye and just say how thankful I am for literally everything.'But there's one little thing that's sort of stopping me.
Although adoption agencies take pains to gather medical and family history information, it is often not possible to have full information for the entire birth family.
The latter proposition is more controversial and subject to contention.
The vast majority of suicides are related to emotional or psychiatric disorders, including depression, schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, and others.
Unsuccessful suicide attempts also are common and outnumber actual suicides.
There can also be significant concerns about coupled with specific hurt feelings over the birthmother's choice to "reject" the child" to "give me away" or "not wanting me enough." Such hurtful and vulnerable feelings may be compounded should the child learn that the birthmother later had other children that she chose to raise herself.
Adopted children may also suffer from a loss of access to important medical or genetic birth family histories.
Even a simple doctor's appointment wherein an adopted child is quizzed about their family medical history can become a trigger for painful or awkward feelings, reminding the adopted child (or adult) that he or she is somehow different from others and doesn't have the same information available to share with the doctor.