birth parent

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birth parent

also

birthparent

(bûrth′pâr′ənt, -păr′-)
n.
One's biological parent.
The parent who conceived a child

birth parent

Biological parent, see there.
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AFTH is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to provide safe, loving homes for children and offer comprehensive, high-quality services to adoptive families, birth parents, and children.
Birmingham childrens trust requires a supplier for the provision of birth parent support as detailed below under requirements / specifications.
When I Was Summer is a novel about a musician who is about to play the biggest gig of her band's life, while she searches for her birth parents. While the romance is cliche, Nora's love for music, friendship with her band members, and determination to discover herself are what makes this book great.
We've always been honest about why he was removed (neglect), but his birth parents were also violent and both were frequently in trouble with the police for domestic incidents and drugs offences.
Lawyer Datuk Seri Gopal Sri Ram is the lead counsel for two cases involving a 20-year-old whose birth parents are unknown and was adopted by Malaysian parents, and an eight-year-old boy who was born to a Malaysian father and now-untraceable Thai mother that were not legally married when he was born.
Probably the only way I will ever learn the identify of my birth parents is if we get the law changed in Mississippi."
"Usually, adopted children go searching when they get to 18 and it can store up trouble if they haven't had previous contact, enabling them to see their birth parents for good or ill.
A Yale graduate went to China looking for her birth parents, and she found 2000 families who were looking for their daughters
I don't actually know my birth parents, as I was adopted at six weeks old.
She discusses the influence of trauma, loss, and attachment, as well as the teenage brain; emotional issues; challenging behaviors; managing emotional needs; mental health considerations; maintaining and sustaining family relationships; identity development; peer relationships and early intimate relationships; contact with birth parents; and support for parents.
documentary films in a birth parents search series (Chang, 2015).
In this heartbreaking memoir, she shares her story that includes the reunion of the birth parents with the baby after she'd grown into a beautiful young woman.