The adolescent adoptee's Preoccupation with Adoption
While reading master's thesis and dissertation topics within the adoption listing this phrase is questioning the emerging adult who is realizing the the impact that adoption has on himself. "The adolescent adoptee's preoccupation with adoption and It's impact on family dynamics. The reality of adoption is being processed, understood and questioned by the adoptee who is not a legal adult. The parents are upset by the fact that the child is putting the puzzle of his life together, and the stress of the truth is causing the parents psychological strain who wish to keep the kid (nearing adulthood), an ignorant child and continue forever the life of denial. The paper calls into question the need for emergency intervention and psychological help. In reality this is very troubling for a fellow adoptee who may be drugged, shock therapy or worse because he is being honest about the confusion that emerges around this age. As the pretty "Chosen" story merges into the hard and painful fact that he has two sets of parents, four sets of grandparents siblings, cousins and at the center of this personal truth he may even find who he is, and who he will become, he only knows the persona of who his parents enjoyed the childhood of and that is who he was long ago. When an animal becomes trapped they just might bite you! The fact that the adolescent adoptee is questioning the fable of his parent's desires of long ago and the threat of trusting parents with your personal truth is very risky and he may be punished in some sick manner for seeking truth that is personal to him and has nothing to do with the adoptive parents. Havent they got their moneys worth? An entire childhood of 18 years and not a minute more. As the outcome is based on the way they perfectly parented.