“But here’s the rub. Despite having three loving parents in my life – my parents, Liam and Mary, and Sarah – the dull ache in my heart endures.
I am not my adopted parent’s child, nor am I my birth parent’s child. I float somewhere in between. An amalgam of the two, a hybrid human. There is nothing that my parents or Sarah can do to make that better. The scar tissue persists. That’s the heartbreaking reality of adoption”.
CAITRIONA PALMER IS WRITING A BOOK ABOUT HER ADOPTION EXPERIENCE