The Psychology Similarity Laws in Human Conduct
The predicament for Adopted Children Who Are Outside of Similarity Theory Laws of Human Conduct
Adopted children can not be accepted as biological offspring, as they are not. The biological offspring
of a mother or father is an unconditional fact in the laws of genetic, biological and psychological similarity law theory. Therefore, the adopted child must be indoctrinated into the adoptive family through the psychological process of acceptance which is conditional position, contingent on the facts that other principles will be included (as in the biological parents will not change their minds, etc.).
Definition, Acceptance: is the experience of a situation without an intention to change that situation. also An Offer of Acceptance, a legal term related to contract law (as in adoption law and contract)