The Adopted Child's Lifelong Consequences of Intolerable Stress
The newborn infant forcefully taken from his biological mother begins life in extreme trauma that becomes the abandoned child's foundation for all future life experience.
The stresses experienced by the abandoned adopted infant, become the child's "normal order of routine". The child can Identify "Stress" as a pattern the child is aware of. The experience of stress does not lessen in severity, reaction, and compensation and recovery "is a normal action-reaction" in the child's daily life existence. The child's stress based foundation is the first experience, continuing episode experience, that becomes part of who the child is, expectation of stress, anticipation of stress, and later "reenacting the stress based experiences" in the child's attempt to make sense of the abuse.
The child never masters how no not react to stress, but does become hypervigilent in anticipating ques from the adoptive parents behaviors on when the child might expect stress to occur.
The questionable, unstable, narcissistic and substance using adoptive parents unpredictable and inconsistent behaviors keep the adopted child on perpetual alert for psychological and physically abusive threats.
The future Adult Adoptee emerges unchanged, having failed to master the forced stress adoptive environment. The adult adoptee lives the perpetual continuation of the stress based adoptive home. The adult adoptee is a nervous, hyper-vigilant anticipating the next act of violence or injustice, and recreates the abuse cycle in adult relationships, of which he plays the victim, the role is cast in stone and will never change as the adoptee's foundation from birth is imprinted on the adoptee's identity for the duration of his existence as a vehicle for trauma abuse and being used by other people who have control over the adoptee.