Isolation & Social Isolation Psychology
As a psychologically injured adopted child-now adult adoptee, I live in complete social isolation by choice. The isolation from my cruel community which is perceived as civilization, yet to me the culture and community of which "I do not belong here" and was forced through adoption into my own miserable existence. I live on the fringes from a prison of white, republican, Christian, nuclear family community of hypocrites in which I loathe. Everything about this "Friendly Village" that is filled with people unlike myself makes me want more and more isolated security, covered tall gated fences to keep them away from me. The community of which I live outside is the epitome of the materialistic use and abuse society that buys adopted children to save them from their own truths that are unpleasant. This community will whitewash all things unpleasant, create laws to outlaw the unpleasant and racist against the non-white citizens that occupy the fringes of the community's perimeters. This white community is intolerant of difference and seeks to outcast gay, lesbian and transgender persons aswell. The mentality of the white population has stalled in 1950's era of segregation and racial hatred. The same mental premise that promoted the brutality of slavery, the entitlement that the white people practice creates the perpetual cycle in child adoption that keeps the adopted child an indentured servant throughout his lifetime. The white adopters utilize religion as the primary psychological manipulation, to maintain control over the adopted child hostage. The dominating privilege of white society's social welfare reform keeping legal the buying and selling of adopted children as human cargo constitutes the United State's gross domestic product as a primarily white charity for personal use, gain and benefit. The society that labels a child illegitimate in the beginning and builds upon the illegitimacy utilization to keep the flow of human children products legal, fashionable and acceptable style of adoption practice by wealthy whites. The worst possible scenario to be adopted by the white family and assimilated into white culture to believe the delusion that the adopted child actually belongs there. When all along the white family never intended to fully accept the outsider and never believed the child would last long enough to feel entitlement from the class that used him, then threw him away, never intending to keep the child as part of the class, the adopted child is viewed in social hierarchy as more like a pet, that the outrageous concept of 'like' or similar to biological offspring.
That delusion is the fault of the adopted child, in role confusion, class confusion and not knowing his real place, which is not among the social class hierarchy. When the charitable contribution is extended beyond monetary donations, as in buying an unwanted child, the truth that the adopted child's role as adopted child was a temporary distraction through the adopting family's actions of charity. The saving of the pathetic soles from lives of misery by wealthy whites does not change the genetic biology of an adopted child to become biological kin of wealthy adopters.
Psychological Isolation of Reality,Memory and Truth
- staying home for days or even weeks at a time due to lack of access to social situations rather than a desire to be alone;
- both not contacting, and not being contacted by, any acquaintances, even peripherally; for example, never being called by anybody on the telephone and never having anyone visit one's residence;
- a lack of meaningful, extended relationships, and especially close intimacy (both emotional and physical contact).
- Health and disabilities - People may be embarrassed by their disabilities or health issues so they have a tendency to isolate themselves to avoid social interaction out of fear that they would be judged or stigmatized.
- Loss of a spouse - Once a spouse has died, the other person may feel lonely and depressed.
- Living alone.
- Aging - Once a person reaches an age where issues such as cognitive impairments and disabilities arise, they are unable to go out and be social.
- Transportation issues - If the person doesn't have transportation to attend gatherings or to simply get out of the house, they have no choice but to stay home all day which can lead to those feelings of depression.
- Societal adversity - Desire to avoid the discomfort, dangers, and responsibilities arising from being among people. This can happen if other people are sometimes or often rude, hostile, critical or judgmental, crude or otherwise unpleasant. The person would just prefer to be alone to avoid the hassles and hardships of dealing with people.
- Identity Refusal resulting from identity crisis that continues to be unresolved in the individual .