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Looking Inside the Brain of an Adoptee: Pro-Life or Pro-Choice Seemed Obvious

Black and white thinking with a whole lot of grey

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Once upon a time, I had all the answers.

I was absolute.

Black and white.

Observations on nearly everything. To boldly go where no publication has gone before.

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Lisa Gerard Braun

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