About Adoptee Rage

Statistics Identify large populations of Adoptees in prisons, mental hospitals and committed suicide.
Fifty years of scientific studies on child adoption resulting in psychological harm to the child and
poor outcomes for a child's future.
Medical and psychological attempts to heal the broken bonds of adoption, promote reunions of biological parents and adult children. The other half of attempting to repair a severed Identity is counselling therapy to rebuild the self.

Saturday, January 26, 2013

The Psychological Work Adoptee's Require

Adoptee Rage

The Psychological Work Adoptee's Require

Most all adopted children are sent to a counselor to FIX them.
The problem of adopted children is not their external behavior.
The way in which adoptee's interact with their caregiver, adoptive parent, school etc... This biologically based problem that will never go away.
The term "In The Best Interest of the child" Is an advertising catch phrase to promote adoption. Adoption is not in the best interest of a child with a healthy living parent or family. The perception that a baby is a blank slate and will not remember
her family, and can not argue her case in court makes adopting a baby an easy target, which built the disreputable unscrupulous adoption industry that benefits from the suffering of children.
For an orphaned child or foster children who request adoption.
There is no adoption accountability in this country.

There is a great price to the child's potential when removing the child for adoption. Stealing a baby from her live biological mother to be adopted by a non biological stranger. The impact to the child from predictable, studied and guaranteed detrimental effects in the child's identity, health and future disparities.
The cost to the child is selfishly overlooked by anxious want-to-be parents. Who can only see what they want and that they lack
a baby. The compounded psychological effects from infertility, stillbirth or child death. "The Replacement Child" syndrome has also been a clinically documented problem given to adopted children on top of their own challenges, becoming a replacement child will have dramatic side effects for the adopted child to bare.

The cause and effect from intentionally
removing a newborn child away from it's mother, which is the infant's environment, world. The child's exists inside the mother's womb forty weeks. The birth is a transition to the outside the mother's womb. For the next 4-5 years while the mother nurtures the infant child still at center to the mother. The mother encourages the child in exploring the environment while developing independence and the child's own unique personal identity. The mother and her close proximity is what constitutes the normal, natural, loving, growing and healthful child existence.

Sigmund Frued's     On Counseling Therapy:

Psychoanalysis is a psychological and psychotherapeutic theory conceived in the late 19th and early 20th centuries by Austrian neurologist Sigmund Freud. Psychoanalysis has expanded, been criticized and developed in different directions, mostly by some of Freud's colleagues and students, such as Alfred AdlerCarl Gustav Jungand Wilhelm Reich, and later by neo-Freudians such as Erich Fromm,Karen HorneyHarry Stack Sullivan and Jacques Lacan.
The basic tenets of psychoanalysis include the following:
  1. beside the inherited constitution of personality, a person's development is determined by events in early childhood;
  2. human behavior, experience, and cognition are largely determined by irrational drives;
  3. those drives are largely unconscious;
  4. attempts to bring those drives into awareness meet psychological resistance in the form of defense mechanisms;
  5. conflicts between conscious and unconscious (repressed) material can result in mental disturbances such as neurosis, neurotic traits, anxiety, depression etc.;
  6. conscious mind (via e.g. skilled guidance).[1]
  7. Under the broad umbrella of psychoanalysis there are at least 22 theoretical orientations regarding human mental development. The various approaches in treatment called "psychoanalysis" vary as much as the theories do. The term also refers to a method of studying child development.
    Freudian psychoanalysis refers to a specific type of treatment in which the "analysand" (analytic patient) verbalizes thoughts, including free associationsfantasies, and dreams, from which the analyst induces the unconscious conflicts causing the patient's symptoms and character problems, and interprets them for the patient to create insight for resolution of the problems. The analyst confronts and clarifies the patient's pathological defenses, wishes and guilt. Through the analysis of conflicts, including those contributing to resistance and those involving transference onto the analyst of distorted reactions, psychoanalytic treatment can hypothesize how patients unconsciously are their own worst enemies: how unconscious, symbolic reactions that have been stimulated by experience are causing symptoms.
    Psychoanalysis has been criticized on numerous fronts, including the view that it constitutes pseudoscience, but it remains influential within psychiatry.[2]