No One Is Unwanted

Many people, looking back to their childhood, remember with gratitude the benefits of feeling very much wanted by their parents. Such parents were always ready to give their children loving care. Now these children in turn find it easy to love their parents and to care for their needs.

But what of those who are haunted by the suspicion that they were not originally wanted or that they became a burden later? And what of the parents who found themselves unexpectedly burdened by unwanted children?

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