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    Would you ever give your child up for adoption?…

    …under any circumstances, if you were very sick, very young, very poor etc…or would you keep him/her no matter what…

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    No, and NEVER would i do such a thing.
    Id have an abortion before i gave my child up for adoption..That would NEVER be an answer to my problem for me!!

    But thats just me

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    no way
    hes 4 and my best buddy i have more fun with him then i can explain and love him more than anything

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    Originally posted by Tapout
    no way
    hes 4 and my best buddy i have more fun with him then i can explain and love him more than anything
    Wow...took the words out of my mouth. I have a 4 yr old son and feel the same.

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    Sadly, i gave up a son for adoption.

    I was very young (16 years old) and just couldnt ignore the fact that life with me would have been a strugle at best and therefor not the best for the child.

    It was very painful to do, but the best choice. He went to a family that was very well off and full of love, ive researched info about him over the years and he grew up very happy and healthy.

    Id love to say i would change it, but i wouldnt. the path i was on and the age i was made being a good provider impossible at that time.

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    Re: Would you ever give your child up for adoption?…

    Originally posted by MIKE_XXL
    …under any circumstances, if you were very sick, very young, very poor etc…or would you keep him/her no matter what…

    Yes, if I thought it was in the best interest of the child. I think that this is a much better option than abortion.

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    hopefully none of us will ever have to make this choice.

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    Speaking as someone who was adopted I am glad my birth mother picked that over abortion, not that i feel abortion is wrong either. Lucky for me I grew up in great home and was able to meet my birth mother about 6 years ago, and she lives in same city and I have 1/2 brother so best of both worlds. Remeber at one time un-wed mothers was just a big no/no not like today.

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    Nope. I'm prepared to accept the consequences of my actions. If I felt that bringing a child into this world was unfair to the child, I wouldn't put myself in that situation to begin with.

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    If you got yourself into that kind of problem, you must think about the kid's best interest by taking care of him/her and loving him/her. It would be your responsibility.

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