The "Forced Adoption Delusional Reality" In Adopted Children
The "forced to fit" compliant compensating adopted child is not
born into or genetically tied to the adoptive family family unit.
The child must prove daily to the adoptive parents, siblings and extended family that the child belongs, although in fact the truth that the adopted child does not belong in the adoptive family is a
forced delusion of the adoptive mother. If the adopted child faces this reality in early childhood, the reality will impact the adoptive mother as she has failed to create the perfect false relationship. The emotional health of the adopted child is dependent on the fantasy of belonging to this family and not the reality truth of "not belonging here-but-there" seen and acknowledged in adolescence but if voiced will end up in psychiatric care hospital for not complying with the terms of the adoption contract legal relationship.
The adopted child risks his mental health by the forced living of the delusion of belonging. Various coping methods unconscious, conscious and "pretending" to the benefit of the adoptive parents mental capacity is acknowledged "I am a Good Mother".
In adolescence the compensating, compliance and forming the adopted child's identity are at complete conflict in understanding the world, not offending the adoptive parent's delusion or the child well be returned to the Orphanage and replaced by a more grateful child. In today's reality the offending child will be sold and Re-Homed over the internet to be used, abused or disappear form the world entirely.