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I have been asked if I would consider putting a page up on my website about myself for my visitors.  I can't believe I didn't think of this myself!  I think it is only fair, since I know so much about you, that you know some about me.  So here it is!  Read on to find out who your advisor really is!

My name is J. Lynne.  I am 32 years old, I have a husband who I have been married to for 6 and 1/2 years (we have been together for 10).  I have a 12 yr old son from a previous relationship, and a 9 yr old son that I gave up for open adoption at the time of his birth.  I was a foster mother but I decided to go back to school for my teaching degree.
 Okay, so now you ask, what qualifies me to give advice with such an interesting background?

I know that alot of people would hear this outline of myself and think that I am the last one to be giving any advice.  Quite the opposite actually.  I have taken my bad choices in life and turned them around.  I have found strength in myself through the Lord and learning from my mistakes so that I would make a better life for myself and my family.  I now know the meaning of unselfish love for others.  For a mother to give her child up and to know that it is absolutely the right thing to do, and have no doubts, is true maternal love.  At the time of my second pregnancy, I was making 80.00 a week.  I was determined to stay away from welfare and my family lived 400 miles away.  I made the mistake of trusting a man to love me and my son, and got pregnant.  I put my problems and trust in God, and decided on adoption.  I knew it wasn't fair to either of my children to allow them to suffer because their mother was sooooo stupid.  While I was pregnant I met my husband, who truly became my white night.  His support and genuine love for me and my little boy was so brand new to my worn out heart.  I don't regret my decision.  I am happy for my son, who has a wonderful family.  Because it was open adoption, I get to see him regularly, and he knows that I am bio-mother and my other son is his big brother.  His adoptive mother has become my best friend and my rock.  We go to see them about once a month and our families have become like one.  It was a good decision for all of us, and we have all benefitted forever because of it.
I have been through most of everything.  I have discovered that this is what life is all about.  Learning from our own trials and tribulations so that we can help others.  How can we ever enjoy heaven if we don't work for it?

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