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 Whole Life that Adopted Children Are Deprived Of

The Whole life Adopted Children Are Deprived Of

The biological process of procreation that constitutes the beginning of a child's life in pregnancy. The nine month
relationship of the mother's awareness of and with her child.
The unborn child as is scientifically regarded parasitically as of the mother, the fetus can not survive outside of the womb.
at birth and postnatal the child continues on as part of the mother., The newborn does not distinguish himself separate
 as an extension of the mother, the mother-child equals the whole person biologically. Adopted children are deprived from
the feeling of wholeness at birth and adulthood.

What is lacking In the Adoptee Is whole the natural process of human reproduction:

Sexual intercourse

Human reproduction takes place as internal fertilization by sexual intercourse. During this process, the erect penis of the male is inserted into the female's vagina, and then either partner initiates rhythmic pelvic thrusts until the male ejaculates semen, which contains sperm, into the vaginal canal. This process is also known as "coitus", "mating" or "having sex". The sperm travels through the vagina and cervix into the uterus or Fallopian tubes for fertilization of the ovum. Upon fertilization and implantation, gestation of the fetus then occurs within the female's uterus.


Pregnancy is the period of time during which the fetus develops, dividing via mitosis inside the female. During this time, the fetus receives all of its nutrition and oxygenated blood from the female, filtered through the placenta which is attached to the fetus' abdomen via an umbilical cord. This drain of nutrients can be quite taxing on the female, who is required to ingest slightly higher levels of calories. In addition, certain vitamins and other nutrients are required in greater quantities than normal, often creating abnormal eating habits. Gestation period is about 266 days in humans.


Once the fetus is sufficiently developed, chemical signals start the process of birth, which begins with the fetus being pushed out of the birthing canal. The newborn, which is called an infant in humans, should typically begin respiration   on its own shortly after birth. Not long after, the placenta is assisted to detach. The person assisting the birth may also sever the umbilical cord.

Parental care

The helpless human baby requires high levels of the mother's close proximity, Cuddling the infant while feeding while caressing, calm interaction through touch, awareness of the mother's presence by the mother's recognizable smell, the unique tone of the mothers heartbeat and her soft gentle voice is a stable comfort the child remembers from gestation. While the infant was separated from inside to outside the mother at birth, and the stress of the birthing process to the infant, the infant's perceived 'self' which is the mother still exists but now more compounded by clarity of sounds, smells and other aspects of the new environment.
of parental care in the first year, and decreases over time as the child establishes independence. One important type of parental care is nursing – feeding the baby milk from the mother's mammary glands in her breasts.

Many people believe that parenting begins with birth, but the mother begins raising and nurturing a child well before birth. Scientific evidence indicates that from the fifth month on, the unborn baby is able to hear sounds, become aware of motion, and possibly exhibit short term memory. Several studies (e.g. Kissilevsky et al., 2003) show evidence that the unborn baby can become familiar with his or her parents' voices. Other research indicates that by the seventh month, external schedule cues influence the unborn baby's sleep habits. Based on this evidence, parenting actually begins well before birth.
Newborn parenting, is where the responsibilities of parenthood begins. A newborn's basic needs are food, sleep, comfort and cleaning which the parent provides. An infant's only form of communication is crying, and attentive parents will begin to recognize different types of crying which represent different needs such as hunger, discomfort, boredom, or loneliness. Newborns and young infants require feedings every few hours which is disruptive to adult sleep cycles. They respond enthusiastically to soft stroking, cuddling and caressing. Gentle rocking back and forth often calms a crying infant, as do massages and warm baths. Newborns may comfort themselves by sucking their thumb or a pacifier. The need to suckle is instinctive and allows newborns to feed. Breastfeeding is the recommended method of feeding by all major infant health organizations.[22] If breastfeeding is not possible or desired, bottle feeding is a common alternative. Other alternatives include feeding breastmilk or formula with a cup, spoon, feeding syringe, or nursing supplementer.
The forming of attachments is considered to be the foundation of the infant/child's capacity to form and conduct relationships throughout life. Attachment is not the same as love and/or affection although they often go together. Attachments develop immediately and a lack of attachment or a seriously disrupted capacity for attachment could potentially do serious damage to a child's health and well-being. Physically one may not see symptoms or indications of a disorder but emotionally the child may be affected. Studies show that children with secure attachment have the ability to form successful relationships, express themselves on an interpersonal basis and have higher self-esteem[citation needed]. Conversely children who have caregivers who are neglectful or emotionally unavailable can exhibit behavioral problems such as post-traumatic stress disorder or oppositional-defiant disorder [23]
Oppositional-defiant disorder is a pattern of disobedient, hostile, and defiant behavior toward authority figures


Depending on how many children the mother carries also determines the amount of care needed during prenatal and post-natal periods.