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Thursday, December 21, 2006

Regretting the past


Gail Hanssen Perry of Milford got pregnant in 1968 when she was 18 and followed her parents' well-meant directive to give up her baby for adoption.

Now 56, Perry, a grandmother and widow who recently remarried, tells her story to the Detroit News.

The article focuses on young women who gave up their children for adoption and the effect it has had on them in adulthood.

-- Erica Tochin

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