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, February 25, 2013

Adoption Tax Credit 2013

Adoptee Rage

Discounted Childhood's For Sale.
The U.S. Government's promotional subsidizing the sale of citizen children and domestic imported children.

February 25, 2013. Preparing for Adoption Costs. The Wall Street Journal has an illuminating article about the costs (expected and unexpected) of adoption. Financial adviser Christopher Parr, "recommends clients budget for costs to be at least 20% higher than they originally estimated," while attorney Mark McDermott suggests that prospective adoptive parents prepare a realistic budget. Fortunately there are sources of funding for adoption. Of great importance is the adoption tax credit, which as McDermott points out, is $12,960 for 2013. Taxpayers with adjusted gross incomes of $194,580 are eligible for the entire tax credit; the tax credit phases out completed for taxpayers with an adjusted gross income of $234,580.

Wednesday, February 13, 2013

PTSD of Foster Care Children

Adoptee Rage     Continued Topics: County Foster Abuse System

The Damage From Foster Care
                         On Going, Continued Topic Facts & Statistics

In the child's best interest,
The Child Victim's punishment for being abused,
We commit you to the child incarceration of foster care.



Foster care

In the Casey Family Northwest Alumni Study, conducted in conjunction with researchers from the Harvard Medical School in Oregon and Washington state, the rate of PTSD in adults who were in foster care for one year between the ages of 14–18 was found to be higher than that of combat veterans. Up to 25% of those in the study meet the diagnostic criteria for PTSD as compared to 12–13% of Iraq war veterans and 15% of Vietnam War veterans, and a rate of 4% in the general population. The recovery rate for foster home alumni was 28.2% as opposed to 47% in the general population.[75][76]
Dubner and Motta (1999)[77] found that 60% of children in foster care who had experienced sexual abuse had PTSD, and 42% of those who had been physically abused met the PTSD criteria. PTSD was also found in 18% of the children who were not abused. These children may have developed PTSD due to witnessing violence in the home, or as a result of real or perceived parental abandonment.
After individuals with dissociative identity disorder, patients with posttraumatic stress disorder have the highest hypnotizability of any clinical group.[78]


Tuesday, February 12, 2013

Adoptee California Laws

Adoptee Rage

Adoptee Lawsuits

The lawsuits by Adoptee's are buried, and difficult to find.
We only see lawsuits by adoptive parents who argue that
the child developed mental and or medical conditions that
were not disclosed. Anyone who is a real parent knows this
argument is false, as children get sick and it is not predictable.


No Limitations exist for social workers who ignore procedure

As "the social worker is an officer of the court"

Fraud upon the court

In the United States, when an officer of the court is found to have fraudulently presented facts to court so that the court is impaired in the impartial performance of its legal task, the act, known as "fraud upon the court", is a crime deemed so severe and fundamentally opposed to the operation of justice that it is not subject to any statute of limitation.
Officers of the court include: lawyers, judges, referees, and those appointed; guardian ad litem, parenting time expeditors, mediators, rule 114 neutrals, evaluators, administrators, special appointees, and any others whose influence are part of the judicial mechanism.

Guardian ad litem   A court appointed adult to represent the minor child
In Adoptee's, the Social Worker assigned to the child's case is legally responsible
for the child (under the county Social Service umbrella) until adoption finalization.
Child Ward of the State,  Child Ward of the Court  The state/court
is responsible for the minor child in Child Protective Services, Social Services
Child Welfare Services, Foster Care and Adoption.

Sec. 162.0065.  EDITING ADOPTION RECORDS IN DEPARTMENT PLACEMENT. Notwithstanding any other provision of this chapter, in an adoption in which a child is placed for adoption by the Department of Protective and Regulatory Services, the department is not required to edit records to protect the identity of birth parents and other persons whose identity is confidential if the department determines that information is already known to the adoptive parents or is readily available through other sources, including the court records of a suit to terminate the parent-child relationship under Chapter 161.
Added by Acts 2003, 78th Leg., ch. 68, Sec. 1, eff. Sept. 1, 2003.


Sec. 162.015.  RACE OR ETHNICITY. (a) In determining the best interest of the child, the court may not deny or delay the adoption or otherwise discriminate on the basis of race or ethnicity of the child or the prospective adoptive parents.
(b)  This section does not apply to a person, entity, tribe, organization, or child custody proceeding subject to the Indian Child Welfare Act of 1978 (25 U.S.C. Section 1901 et seq.). In this subsection "child custody proceeding" has the meaning provided by 25 U.S.C. Section 1903.
Added by Acts 1995, 74th Leg., ch. 20, Sec. 1, eff. April 20, 1995. Amended by Acts 1995, 74th Leg., ch. 751, Sec. 77, eff. Sept. 1, 1995.
Sec. 162.306.  POSTADOPTION SERVICES. (a) The department may provide services after adoption to adoptees and adoptive families for whom the department provided services before the adoption.
(b)  The department may provide services under this section directly or through contract.
(c)  The services may include financial assistance, respite care, placement services, parenting programs, support groups, counseling services, crisis intervention, and medical aid.

Sec. 162.413.  COUNSELING. The applicant must participate in counseling for not less than one hour with a social worker or mental health professional with expertise in postadoption counseling after the administrator has accepted the application for registration and before the release of confidential information.
Added by Acts 1995, 74th Leg., ch. 20, Sec. 1, eff. April 20, 1995. Amended by Acts 1995, 74th Leg., ch. 968, Sec. 7, eff. Sept. 1, 1995.
Added by Acts 1995, 74th Leg., ch. 20, Sec. 1, eff. April 20, 1995. Amended by Acts 1995, 74th Leg., ch. 412, Sec. 6, eff. Aug. 28, 1995.
SUBCHAPTER G. MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS
Sec. 162.601.  INCENTIVES FOR LICENSED CHILD-PLACING AGENCIES. (a) Subject to the availability of funds, the Department of Protective and Regulatory Services shall pay, in addition to any other amounts due, a monetary incentive to a licensed child-placing agency for the completion of an adoption:
(1)  of a child, as defined by Section 162.301, receiving or entitled to receive foster care at department expense; and
(2)  arranged with the assistance of the agency.
(b)  The incentive may not exceed 25 percent of the amount the department would have spent to provide one year of foster care for the child, determined according to the child's level of care at the time the adoption is completed.
(c)  For purposes of this section, an adoption is completed on the date on which the court issues the adoption order.
Added by Acts 1997, 75th Leg., ch. 1309, Sec. 1, eff. Sept. 1, 1997.
Sec. 162.602.  DOCUMENTATION TO ACCOMPANY PETITION FOR ADOPTION OR ANNULMENT OR REVOCATION OF ADOPTION. At the time a petition for adoption or annulment or revocation of adoption is filed, the petitioner shall also file completed documentation that may be used by the clerk of the court, at the time the petition is granted, to comply with Section 192.009, Health and Safety Code, and Section 108.003.
Added by Acts 2003, 78th Leg., ch. 1128, Sec. 5, eff. Sept. 1, 2003.

Monday, February 11, 2013

Child Cruelty & Foster Child Abuse

Adoptee Rage

Of Cruelty, physical and mental abuse It is my observation
that those outside and inside the family, extended family
and parental friend groups, teachers, neighbors, etc. will inspire my being beaten or publicly humiliated regarding something an outsider said. In fact before I ran away for three+ years at 16
I could not look anyone in the face for my shame and humiliating actions purposely in front of my parent's drinking buddies. None of these people I was familiar with dared say
anything of my parent's style of making a party lively by my
being shamed in front of the party. Most of the time my maternal parent person was just drunk, mad and reacting to something else when I would be caught doing something. The
party's description of my actions were greatly exaggerated, even
when witnessed, no one would speak up on my innocence, or say that my drunk parent was over reacting-But it was common knowledge back then.
While raising my daughters, everyone we came in contact,
 was a potential threat to their individualism. The teachers were
public enemy #1 to me. If a teacher met me at the door after school and said anything in front of others, to tell on my kid. That they: talked out of line, got out of line, or the tragedy was a school girl assuming her independence!
 I would tell these authority figures- Who Never defended Me."My child is being raised to be a leader" "Not a follower" as "you would have me break their delicate spirit to conform to your pathetic control. Their minor classroom exposure is course to destroy to my child's potential? You see the schools make the rules that society should abide by, yet the teachers themselves refuse to conform in their own daily life. Nothing much has changed in forty years, in regard to scapegoating a poor, disadvantaged or Mexican child. The school children are only worth the attendance money paid by the state of California.
It is the Mexican kids that show up and value this education.
The Foster Kids in my neighborhood would stand waiting for the bus in the rain, while their Foster home's natural children would be driven to school by mom. These kids lived in the home's unfinished basement, to supplement the mom's home stay from working a job. The children I would pick up on my way to the school wore the same dirty clothes every day. They were the epitome of child neglect and the foster parents were enforcing the CASTE that these children were unwanted, second class citizens. The worst part to me, was the terrible way that they were force fed the Christian religion because the foster children
were only paying guests in the foster home and would be punished (they would tell me in our car trips) If they refused to attend the family's church on Tuesday, Saturday and Sundays.

The Humiliation, The Outsider

 Adoptee Rage

The Teen Age Victim of Adoption
The Realization in adolescence
that you Never really belonged
to the family you were sold to.
The awareness that even your
name is a prop in the sick puppet
show that owns you. Knowing
deep down that you are living
someone else's lie of a perfect family appearance that appears on the outside to be normal,
........except You.

This historic image of a woman telling her lover that he is the father of the bastard child she holds in her arms.
He responds in furious anger.
He fears the public knowledge
of his adulterous behavior. The
possible repercussions such as
divorce, humiliation & financial ruin. The scandal will destroy a man's public image and future.






Saturday, February 9, 2013

Genealogical Bewilderment


Adoptee Rage.....Genealogical Bewilderment

The Typical Family Tree
                                            The Adoption Family
 
          Until an adopted child has the full
         understanding of what adoption is,
         In adolescence the full circle of a
         persons identity is formed and the
         reality of this knowledge, relation,                    
         meaning as it applies to Adoptees.  

             "The Adoptee's Family Tree"
             Is a lonely tree with one name.
             That one name is not real and
             does not real represent the truth
             of the Adoptee's temporary, ID.      
             The age of 18, the adoptee can
             hope to find out who they are.            


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     The Family Tree is created to 
     map the biological connections.
     To inject an Adoptee into 
     a foreign family's blood tree
      is a humiliation and false. 
      To force or believe something 
                                             that is not true is DENIAL. 

Genealogical bewilderment is a term referring to potential identity problems that could be experienced by a child who was either fosteredadopted, or conceived via an assisted reproductive technology procedure such as surrogacy or gamete donation (egg or sperm donation). There is some controversy surrounding this topic.
The term was coined in 1964 by psychologist H. J. Sants, referring to the plight of children who have uncertain, little, or no knowledge of one or both of their natural parents. Sants argued that genealogical bewilderment constituted a large part of the additional stress that adoptees experienced that is not experienced by children being raised by their natural parents.[1]
Sants worked in the same clinic as psychiatrist E. Wellisch, who wrote in a 1952 letter to the journal Mental Health, titled "Children without genealogy: The problem of adoption":
Levy-Shiff (2001, p. 102) elaborated based on findings from a study on adult adoptees:
"Whereas previous studies have documented adoption during childhood and adolescence, the findings of the present study suggest that during adulthood as well, adoptees are at a higher risk for psychological maladjustment. Thus they were found, on average, to have a less coherent and positive self-concept and to manifest more pathological symptomatology than did nonadoptees. ... It has been suggested (Sorosky et al., 1975; Verrier, 1987) that the difficulties in resolving a sense of coherent and positive self-identity is tied to four fundamental psychological issues: ... (4) confusion and uncertainty regarding genealogical continuity, tied to the lack of knowledge about one’s ancestors. Accordingly, the lack of ‘‘biological mutuality’’ among adoptive family members, such as shared biologically based characteristics regarding appearance, intellectual skills, personality traits, and so forth, impedes the adoptee’s ability to identify with adoptive parents. Moreover, the lack of information about one’s biological background is likely to create a ‘‘hereditary ghost’’ which may contribute to a confused, unstable, and distorted sense of self. It is possible that self development does not have closure in adolescence, especially among adoptees, but continues to evolve over the lifespan through reconciliation and integration of many complex perceptions, cognitive systems, and self-object representations. (p. 102)."[4]

"Knowledge of and definite relationship to his genealogy is ... necessary for a child to build up his complete body image and world picture. It is an inalienable and entitled right of every person. There is an urge, a call, in everybody to follow and fulfill the tradition of his family, race, nation, and the religious community into which he was born. The loss of this tradition is a deprivation which may result in the stunting of emotional development.[2]
Sorosky, Pannor and Baran drew upon the work of Sants in a number of publications during the 197
Levy-Shiff (2001, p. 102) elaborated based on findings from a study on adult adoptees:
"Whereas previous studies have documented adoption during childhood and adolescence, the findings of the present study suggest that during adulthood as well, adoptees are at a higher risk for psychological maladjustment. Thus they were found, on average, to have a less coherent and positive self-concept and to manifest more pathological symptomatology than did nonadoptees. ... It has been suggested (Sorosky et al., 1975; Verrier, 1987) that the difficulties in resolving a sense of coherent and positive self-identity is tied to four fundamental psychological issues: ... (4) confusion and uncertainty regarding genealogical continuity, tied to the lack of knowledge about one’s ancestors. Accordingly, the lack of ‘‘biological mutuality’’ among adoptive family members, such as shared biologically based characteristics regarding appearance, intellectual skills, personality traits, and so forth, impedes the adoptee’s ability to identify with adoptive parents. Moreover, the lack of information about one’s biological background is likely to create a ‘‘hereditary ghost’’ which may contribute to a confused, unstable, and distorted sense of self. It is possible that self development does not have closure in adolescence, especially among adoptees, but continues to evolve over the lifespan through reconciliation and integration of many complex perceptions, cognitive systems, and self-object representations. (p. 102)."[4]
0s including a book titledThe Adoption Triangle, thus exposing the concept of "genealogical bewilderment
 On the other hand, in a more recent article, Affleck and Steed (2001) state:
"Dissatisfaction with adoptive parents was originally thought to be a motivating factor related to adoptees' searching (Sorosky, et al., 1975; Triseliotis, 1973). However, more recent research has found that the vast majority of adoptees who search have positive relationships with adoptive parents (Pacheco & Eme, 1993) or that the quality of adoptive relationships (either positive or negative) is not associated with a decision to search (Sachdev, 1993).... In fact, the most common reasons for searching given by adoptees are related to four themes: "genealogical bewilderment" (adoptees' need for historical connection to resolve identity issues); a need for information, a need to reduce stigma, and a desire to assure the [natural parents] of the adoptees' wellbeing" (p. 38).[7]
Genealogical bewilderment has mass social relevance based on the general acceptance of the term and its meaning.
Judith and Martin Land (2011) address genealogical bewilderment as an important psychological motive for doing an adoption search, Adoption Detective: Memoir of an Adopted Child, pages 270 and 275. The uncertain state of genealogical bewilderment is a source of stress, perhaps leaving adoptees more prone to rebellion because they have no roots or foundation from which to judge their potential. Discovery of genealogical roots is a path to understanding the true inner being and potential source of psychological grounding. Exposure of this topic to a wider audience is encouraged. “Genealogical bewilderment evokes a nefarious air of uncertainty and befuddles a child’s ability to establish their true self-identity.” —Judith Land

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Adoptees and Foster Children The Cinderella Effect

Adoptee Rage...



The Adoptee, Foster Child and step child are 100% more likely
to be killed by non biological parent than biological children.
(Cite)
 United States indeed incur greatly elevated risk of child maltreatment of various sorts, especially lethal beatings".[4] Studies have found that not biologically related parents are up to a hundred times more likely to kill a child than biological parents.[5 
Powerful evidence in support of the Cinderella effect comes from the finding that when abusive parents have both step and genetic children, they generally spare their genetic children. In such families, stepchildren were exclusively targeted 9 out of 10 times in one study and in 19 of 22 in another.[6] In addition to displaying higher rates of negative behaviors (e.g., abuse) toward stepchildren, stepparents display fewer positive behaviors toward stepchildren than do the genetic parents. For example, on average, stepparents invest less in education, play with stepchildren less, take stepchildren to the doctor less, etc.[7] This discrimination against stepchildren is unusual compared to abuse statistics involving the overall population given "the following additional facts: (1) when child abuse is detected, it is often found that all the children in the home have been victimized; and (2) stepchildren are almost always the eldest children in the home, whereas the general (…) tendency in families of uniform parentage is for the youngest to be most frequent victims."[4]

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Thursday, February 7, 2013

Adoption's Phony Identity


Adoptee-Rage
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.  
FACT:
#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.




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.