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Intuition Isn’t Crazy

The third characteristic of Parental Identity Discovery™ brings us to another felt-sense experience, much like the gut instinct in the “stranger characteristic” – intuition. At some point everyone is made aware of that felt sense in a striking, unsettling manner.  For me it was an other-worldly whisper in my ear that my dad wasn’t really my […]

October, 2018 | 3 Comments

The Grief Effect

Shock and overwhelm are probably the first experiences when you receive DNA results that tell you the father or mother who raised you is not your biological parent.  The shock is so surreal that it felt like a grief reaction to me, akin to when someone close to you dies.  It is very helpful to […]

October, 2018 | 0 Comments

The Stranger Within

black sheep, stranger within

Being on the Outside What was it like the last time you felt you didn’t fit in? Was it as a kid at school?  Maybe it was a bad fit in a work environment.  How would it feel to sense you didn’t fit into your family?  For roughly 1.5 million people learning their paternity is […]

September, 2018 | 0 Comments

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