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.

Sunday, February 2, 2014

Youth In Pregnancy Is Most Beneficial


The Unplanned Pregnancy Opportunity for Growth and Maturity

The deceitful adoption agencies take advantage of the young,
immature and lacking resources pregnant women to turn a profit. The unscrupulous Adoption Industry's abominate practices of stealing newborn infants and auctioning newborns to the highest bidder is not only despicable but places in danger entire populations of pregnant women at any given time.
First off, a young women's unplanned pregnancy is no ones business and is very private health related information protected by current Osha laws and patient privacy. The fact that a young lady has an unplanned pregnancy Matters not in the United States as she has a legal right to raise her own child. Under age minors are given majority status in U.S. courts if the young pregnant girl's parents are making the most unconscionable demand of giving away their own grandchild. The mother has the legal standing to protect herself and her unborn child from
the unrealistic demands of ignorant family and bystanders.
Because motherhood came early rather than later, does not constitute the mortal wounding of adoption. Quite the contrary young women have the energy, body health and emotional stamina to learn, be a mother and grow as a person, She will handle the demands of motherhood well. The young pregnant girl gets high on information as the greater purpose in her life becomes a driving force that she is empowered by.
In many cases the pregnancy causes a young person to clean up their behavior as (in my case) and enjoy the experience of pregnancy and motherhood to the fullest. When her child is born the young mother instinctively knows what to do as her hormones boost her awareness, infant ques, energy and is rewarded with having a purpose in life that is greater than herself.
Most unplanned pregnancies occur in post adolescent women who are too young and lack the maturity to make life altering, regret based and compromising future mental health decisions such as severing the mother-child bond forever. Adoption gives no guarantees what so ever, Languishing in hospital nurseries,
being handed over to multiple crowded foster homes where the child is not cared for by a single person. The child's caregiver is constantly changing. The foster mother's loud and chaotic home is filled to capacity with up to eight children at some points in time. The many busy foster mothers have no time to respond or hear the infant's fading ques. Until the time when the infant gives up trying to get a response from a caregiver. In reading my own adoption file I was cared for by five different foster homes until the opportunity to replace a dead infant occurred. The system keeps the child moving around so no attachment can form with the caregiver and infant. Can a stranger
that is financially well off provide a better life for your child no.  A women's child is best loved and cared for by herself.           No normal person or parent would want to sever the bond between mother-Infant, relationship based on selfish gain are one-sided and fail. In the "Adoption Triad" the object (child) is
represented, but not consenting to the adoptive relationship. There is no choice for the child sold into adoptive family and the child is forced to comply. The decision making involved every one except the child-object. The child-object is forced into the adoptive relationship without choice. The forced adoption relationship is not based on mutual consent, and if an infant had cognitive reasoning skills they would protest to get their mother back. Even though the mother-child bond was severed by law the biological ties to birth mother will always exist over time.
Below explore decision making processes, biases and maturity.


Decision-making in adolescents vs. adults

During their adolescent years, teens are known for their high-risk behaviors and rash decisions. There has not, however, been that much research in this area. Recent research has shown, though, that there are some differences in cognitive processes between adolescents and adults during decision-making. Researchers have concluded that differences in decision-making are not due to a lack of logic or reasoning, but more due to the immaturity of psychosocial capacities, capacities that influence decision-making. Examples would be impulse control, emotion regulation, delayed gratification and resistance to peer pressure. In the past, researchers have thought that adolescent behavior was simply due to incompetency regarding decision-making. Currently, researchers have concluded that adults and adolescents are both competent decision-makers, not just adults. However, adolescents’ competent decision-making skills decrease when psychosocial capacities become present.
Recent research has shown that risk-taking behaviors in adolescents may be the product of interactions between the socio-emotional brain network and its cognitive control network. The socio-emotional part of the brain processes social and emotional stimuli and has been shown to be important in reward processing. The cognitive-control network assists in planning and self-regulation. Both of these sections of the brain change over the course of puberty. However, the socio-emotional network changes quickly and abruptly, while the cognitive-control network changes more gradually. Because of this difference in change the cognitive-control network, which usually regulates the socioemotional network, struggles to control the socioemotional network when psychosocial capacities are present. 
When adolescents are exposed to social and emotional stimuli, their socioemotional network is activated as well as areas of the brain involved in reward processing. Because teens often gain a sense of reward from risk-taking behaviors, their repetition becomes ever more probable due to the reward experienced. In this, the process mirrors addiction. Teens can become addicted to risky behavior because they are in a high state of arousal and are rewarded for it not only by their own internal functions but also by their peers around them.
This is why adults are generally better able to control their risk-taking because their cognitive-control system has matured enough to the point where it can control the socioemotional network, even in the context of high arousal or when psychosocial capacities are present. Also, adults are less likely to find themselves in situations that push them to do risky things. For example, teens are more likely to be around peers who peer pressure them into doing things, while adults are not as exposed to this sort of social setting.