The FinderMonkey Weekly - Week 28 FinderMonkey

The FinderMonkey Weekly - Week 28 FinderMonkeyWelcome to the FinderMonkey weekly, our weekly deep dive into the world of people tracing.

We try to cover many subjects as we can on our weekly posts.

We want this to be a place where people can come, have a look around a really find some genuinely helpful advice on your journey to finding answers.

From adoption tracing and finding birth relatives to locating old friends from time gone by. We trace all around the world in our quest to help you reconnect with the person you’re looking for.

The Truth About Forced Adoption

The news has recently talked a lot about forced adoptions and the cause and effect of historical forced adoption on adoptees and their birth families.

We’re lucky enough to work with one of the leading psychotherapists in this field, Dr Joanna North. She is the namesake of our amazing sister company Joanna North Associates. They’re the wonderful team to oversee all of our adoption related searches.

She helped us put together an article on the recent subject of forced adoption, you can find it here:

Find out more in the video below:

Adult Affected By Adoption Support Group

In light of this Dr North along with our head researcher David Oates now also run and adults affected by adoption support group.

It’s a great place to meet likeminded people and connect with other people who have a shared experience of being affected by adoption. You can join and listen, talk, relate, heal or even just observe. Real people come and share their stories (whatever the outcome) and speak honestly about their feeling.

The group runs every Wednesday at 11am over a Zoom meeting, you can find out more about how it works and how to join here:

Find out more in the video below:

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Amazing stories from other places

Amazing stories from other places

The FinderMonkey Weekly - Week 28 FinderMonkey
The FinderMonkey Weekly - Week 28 FinderMonkey

Did you know?

FinderMonkey exists to help and support people who have lost touch with someone. We do this by tracing people and support all parties to help them make contact and get answers to questions or rebuild relationships.

We want to positively impact the lives of as many people as possible.

It’s only right that we do what we can to help people who need it the most.

Find out more about the charities we currently support and how we give back here…