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Topic - Karen Vedder
And pre- and post-adoption counseling provided biological mothers is often skewed to favor surrender, said Vedder, who lives in Carlsbad, Calif., and is former president of the advocacy group Concerned United Birthparents.
On TV and in movies, she said, "It just amazes me that we're always these unsavory people who really don't deserve to keep our babies.