The Similarity Drive In Social Psychology Proves that Unrelated Adopted Child Will Eventually Be Outcast
The human being is socially driven to seek out other people similar to themselves. The person's idea of who they are, self awareness and the personal views on their own identity, Is the person's guideline for seeking friend connections in unrelated people. The "seeker" is looking for persons similar to himself to be friends. Same in appearance, views, values and similar in behavior to the seeker.
The natural drive in seeking people similar to one's self in friendships with other people in social settings.
When a new similarity based relationship is established, the Seeker can expect the similar new friend to reflect the seeker's identity with their shared sameness.
The goal is that the seeker's friend will reflect the seeker's self-perception and psychologically reinforce the seeker's identity. This identified human drive and behavior, is based in a purely selfish motivation to glorify the seeker's identity over and over again throughout their relationship (from which it is based). When people in a similarity based relationship drift apart, the one that is not stroking the other's ego, is changing, learning, growing and evolving, while the other is stuck in developmental arrest. The need to be in close proximity to the similarity of other people outside of the primary group.
The primary group is the mother's (person) biological family, made up of her biological parents, siblings and biological blood relatives. The mother's biological offspring are her genetic duplication. The spouse is matched based on his similarity to the mother's identity and his ability to reflect and mirror the mother's self perception. The biological relatives
automatically reflect each other without effort in the shared similarity that is unconditional fact of biological belonging. The biological group members are automatically included due to the fact they are born into the group and no outsider can join this group, or be forced in the group.
As adopted children are "forced to deny reality" and "pretend that they belong" to the biological group, when they do not.
The adopted child is not a member of this group, in-fact the adopted child is member to his own group of which the child is legally, mentally, and morally kept from his identity of truth and unable to establish his own truth based identity.