Lisa Rolland lived in a world of shame, inaccessible to anyone when faced with the traumatic experience of being a teenager. However, she grew up and found a way to cure the disease, but this did not last long.
Dressed in baggy clothes to hide her secrets, Lisa Rolland, a 17-year-old growing up in Scotland in the 1980s, is surrounded by nothing but isolation.
After getting pregnant, her boyfriend abandoned her, not wanting to take on the role of father. Her mother also threatened to throw her out of the house if she kept the child.
Lisa Rolland and Chris [left]; Lisa Rolland and Jack [right]. │Source: facebook.com/lisa.j.philipp
Crying, her baby born in October 1982 was brought home to raise. She gave birth to him at a home for unmarried mothers. When he returned to his family, Rolland expressed:
“No one comforted me. Strangely, no one mentioned my baby, but I only thought of my baby and the pain of losing him was intense.”
Before long, however, as she grew older, she had two other children; Ben is 29 years old and Jack is 15 years old. Even though she loved them dearly, there was still a hole in her chest.
What this mother didn’t know, however, was that this pain would soon heal as she tried to contact her biological son, and the two eventually arranged a reunion in 2012. Rolland recall:
“It was unbelievable. Chris booked a private dining room in a hotel and the moment I saw him we hugged and hugged.”
When introducing her biological son to her mother, the mother hugged her grandson without thinking. This was completely different from the embarrassing reaction Rolland received as a teenager.
Rolland told her sons, who welcomed the information with ease, as this mother finally got the acceptance she craved as a child.
So sad, This moment under the sun doesn’t last forever, when in July 2019, she received a phone call from her biological son’s girlfriend, Miranda.
She told Rolland that Chris was in the ICU in a coma after he was involved in a car crash. Sadly, he did not survive and died later that day.
Even though her heart is broken, like reliving the moment she had to give him to raise, this mother is still grateful to have him in her life, even if only for a short time.
Mary Eileen Mooney is familiar with the same joy Rolland felt when she reunited with her long-lost biological child after five decades.
She was just 18 in the late 1960s when she gave birth, which will probably never be seen again, especially since it’s closed. adoption.
A woman hugs a man. │Source: Shutterstock
However, thanks to both using the online service 23andme DNA, they found each other in March 2021. The duo met on Mooney’s birthday. Her son Bill White speak:
“I am so grateful for this amazing woman… Just to be able to hold her there is incredible, one of the most important days of my life.”
These mothers and sons show that no matter how long and how many kilometers away you are from your loved one, hugging them again will always make you feel at home.
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