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.
Thursday, February 7, 2013
Adoption's Phony Identity
Adoption's Phony Identity
Adopted Children are forced to accept new names, other than the names given to them at birth. Is essence they are living a lie by the use of the phony name. The new name incorporates the parent's need to cover up all evidence of who the child really is or was. To erase all traces of the child's real identity is to ignore who that growing person really is. Adoptive parents "I want a baby" but ignore and repress what and who that child essentially represents. The child is a DnA copy of their parents.
#1. No mentally healthy mother gives away her newborn child.
#2. No mentally healthy person wants to take another mother's baby.
Adoption's reality is mental problems and mental illness of parents.
Problems of infertility, effect the mental processes, wanting dominates.
The Adoption triad is made of unhealthy people making decisions based in their best interests, needs and wants., not the child's. At this point
the child is the commodity, and in the U.S. children have no rights.
Slavery of the 19th century, Slaves were a commodity lacking rights.
"Mentally fragile persons are those responsible for an individual's development"
Adopted children are those who are lacking personal identity. The outcome of mentally fragile adoptee's is grim, large populations are filling mental hospitals, prisons and juvenile detention incarceration.
Normal self development is damaged in Adopted Children (aware of his adopted status) is further damaged by living under a phony names of his altered birth cert.
Forced assimilation of Adopted Children's phony Identities
What is Identity?
In psychology studies the Identity is formed in each stage of growth.
The child's identity is continually build upon with each new stage and the
mastery of that stage. The parent is vital to the infant's developing Identity. Assisting the infant through self discovery and encourages the growing child
to explore the environment to eventual self sufficient thinking and reasoning.
A psychological identity relates to self-image (a person's mental model of him or herself), self-esteem, and individuality. Consequently, Weinreich gives the definition "A person's identity is defined as the totality of one's self-construal, in which how one construes oneself in the present expresses the continuity between how one construes oneself as one was in the past and how one construes oneself as one aspires to be in the future"; this allows for definitions of aspects of identity, such as: "One’s ethnic identity is defined as that part of the totality of one’s self-construal made up of those dimensions that express the continuity between one’s construal of past ancestry and one’s future aspirations in relation to ethnicity" (Weinreich, 1986a).
An important part of identity in psychology is gender identity, as this dictates to a significant degree how an individual views him or herself both as a person and in relation to other people, ideas and nature. Other aspects of identity, such as racial, religious, ethnic, occupational… etc. may also be more or less significant – or significant in some situations but not in others (Weinreich & Saunderson 2003 pp26–34). In cognitive psychology, the term "identity" refers to the capacity for self-reflection and the awareness of self (Leary & Tangney 2003, p. 3).
The above wiki reference relates to a normal healthy individual.
Adoptees a large percentage have not been afforded the luxury
of developing a healthy, normal and true identity.