Defining What Is "Choice", Unknown to the
Forced Adopted Child
The human being that is forced into compliance without conscious choice is a victim to the circumstances of the forced situation. The adopted child's forced consequences of being adopted effect his entire psychological existence due to the fact he is forced to live under the yolk of a false identity. The infant's foundation in cognitive awareness is a paradox of consequences by the decisions forced on him by other people. He can not develop identity as he can not master the stages of psychosocial development to develop the normal phases of growth that are seen in the biological offspring population of children that have normal development by the truth of their identity that is seen in the physical characteristics of family and extended family members, that constitutes his place and connection to the world.
Types of choices
- Command decisions, which can only be made by you, as the "Commander in Chief"; or owner of a company.
- Delegated decisions, which may be made by anyone, such as the color of the bike shed and should be delegated, as the decision must be made but the choice is inconsequential.
- Avoided decisions, where the outcome could be so severe that the choice should not be made, as the consequences can not be recovered from if the wrong choice is made. This will most likely result in negative actions, such as death.
- "No-brainer" decisions, where the choice is so obvious that only one choice can reasonably be made.
- A fifth type, however, or fourth if three and four are combined as one type, is the collaborative decision, which should be made in consultation with, and by agreement of others. Collaborative Decision Making revolutionized air-traffic safety by not deferring to the captain when a lesser crew member becomes aware of a problem.
- Recognition based