Occasionally I’ll come across a story about someone who didn’t know they were adopted until it accidentally came out at a family reunion when they were in their 30s. Or when they unexpectedly received a phone call from a birth sibling. This is always an extremely traumatic revelation, and I think most people would agree that it’s never appropriate to keep a child’s adoption a secret. So WHEN should you tell your child they were adopted?
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