Being different not the same as being ‘normal’?
He’s only eight and yet he is so smart. He can express real well what bothers him .
In the sentence ” Mom you have found someone who is going to make me normal? “one can feel his grief and his , occasionally flaring , struggle with his adoption.
A year ago he was sitting in front of me on the floor in my adoptioncoach sitting room . Sitting on a chair for Bimal (I’ll call him like this here , Bimal state in India for pure ) is not always so easy. Sitting on the ground, he is apparently more ‘in touch ‘ with himself. Of course this is no problem for me .
He is looking at me with his big brown eyes . How is it with his mom and dad in India? And how can he talk about them with his adoptive parents?
That was what we…
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