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.

Monday, December 23, 2013

The Baby's Temporary Appearance Is Not Enough To Sustain Permanent Adoptive Relationship


The Baby's Temporary Appearance
Will cuteness seal the deal?
The generic, universal and similarity of the baby's appearance is how the adoption agency workers hope will cause the adoptive couple (lacking in hormonal drives to nurture, sustain and care) to "Fall in Love" with the appearance of a freshly
severed newborn baby. The temporary appearance of baby is 3-12 months, as agency policy writers believe the dumb couple can be fooled for 18 years, well they are so very wrong. In the research I found psychology cases where the baby's appearance changed by six months and was easily dumped over the web and re-homed to another desperate owner and family.    

In researching state and county adoption personnel educational material I discovered many stupid hopes the agency's put their hope in these pathetic handouts, and trust of human children in total strangers., because they paid for the home survey and and a one visit psychological evaluation they are desperate and will do anything to get their hands on a child...Are not the words a person should want to hear, what if we put a kitten in a bassinet, will they realize in time for final adoption when the adoption can not be legally interrupted?

Link to county fact sheets on depression of adoptive parents

This is the best they can do?

There period of major personal visual attractivenessThis is the period of the infancy. The infant has evolved to be highly attractive and attracting. In order to evoke the nurturing instinct in the adult, motivating the adult to protect the infant giving it the best chance at survival during this vulnerable period in its life.   In a nurturing way the adult is attracted to the baby, by supporting, sustaining and protecting the child until the child is able to care for itself.
The baby period lasts from approximately 1 month to 2 years of age. 
The typical baby face varies from the archetypal adult face in the following manner:
                    Bigger eyes in proportion to its face
                    Rounder face
                    Plumper cheeks
                    Larger head in proportion to its face
                    Short, flat eyebrows
                    Short, relatively small, turned up nose
   The infant becomes less and less attractive as an object of nurturing as it becomes less and less dependent on the adult, maturing into early and late childhood. The average child's face is a various blend of features from the baby and the parent. In a mixture that is relatively less attractive than either the baby or the adult archetypal face.
The average child's face varies from the archetypal adult face in the following manner:
              Teeth variously missing or spaced
                    Freckles or acne
                    Flat eyebrows fuller than the child's
                    Ears that appear over-sized
                    Nose which generally appears somewhat small,                                                       short, wide and relatively flatter.
                    Less well defined cheeks
                    The more baby fat generally throughout the face resulting in                                     less distinctive features

The archetypal mask which we present here is the mask of the young adult � age 14 to 24 years.  This is the period of life when the face is normally at its�attractive peak�. That is, it is the most attractive that it will ever be during this period of the life of any individual. The facial form during this time is generally fairly static, and is distinctly different from the facial form of an infant, that of the child or the old age adult face.
The adult archetypal mask is essentially the face of the post-pubescent and young adult. For most people the closer they are to the age range of 14 to 24years, the closer their face will match the mask. This is actually the �window� of maximum correlation with the mask and hence of maximum personal visual attractiveness for any human. That is, for most people their face will be at its �lifetime� most attractive during this period.
Within the adult face group the face can vary from the adult archetypal mask as a function of both sex and race. Regarding these variations see the sections below: �Face Variations By Sex� and �Face Variations By Ethnic Group".