I'm an adopted person, and I really don't dwell on why my real parents gave me up. I'm in a great environment, I graduate high school in June, I'm college-bound in September, I have a wonderful family, and I'm thankful for everything and everyone I have. My aunt of my current family is the one who connected my old family with my new to get me adopted to where I am, so she is pretty much the reason that I'm here.
However, I used to always feel that it's my real parents responsibility to contact me. If they really wanted to be in touch with me, they would do so. Also, I'm one of many kids that they have adopted, and I have siblings out there that are pretty much unaware of my existance. Unfortunately, I've been told that my sister has a lot of problems, and I have another sibling out there somewhere.
In general, I just can't see much good with making my presence known. I have been contemplating lately of contacting my real dad / inviting him to my graduation party, if anything to let him know everything is ok. The last thing I want to do is make things awkward for anyone.