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I Am Adopted, But Am I A Relative?
I Am Adopted, But Am I A Relative?

Well, that depends! There are many types of family relationships. Some make you a relative and some do not. The most definitive relationship is that of being born to your parents. You are obviously related to them and their blood families. But what if you were adopted? When ...

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    Well, that depends! There are many types of family relationships. Some make you a relative and some do not. The most definitive relationship is that of being born to your parents. You are obviously ...

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