About Adoptee Rage

Statistics Identify large populations of Adoptees in prisons, mental hospitals and committed suicide.
Fifty years of scientific studies on child adoption resulting in psychological harm to the child and
poor outcomes for a child's future.
Medical and psychological attempts to heal the broken bonds of adoption, promote reunions of biological parents and adult children. The other half of attempting to repair a severed Identity is counselling therapy to rebuild the self.

Thursday, January 8, 2015

Reasons to abandon your child to adoption

ADOPTEE RAGE!

The Benefits of adoption Examined
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The benefits of adoption can be felt by a countless number of people across the United States, as nearly everyone has been touched by adoption in some way. Neighbors, friends, relatives, in-laws – Most of us know at least one person who has benefited from adoption.

While everyone involved in the adoption greatly benefits from adoption, these benefits are unique to each party.

Adoptive Family Benefits


The majority of people work their entire lives to prepare for starting a family one day. However, there are a significant number of couples who, once they reach that point in their lives, are unable to conceive a child due to infertility.

These couples see their lives come to a halt and constantly wonder when they will become pregnant. The couple may seek infertility treatments, which are expensive and can result in drastic physical and emotional changes. For many, the treatments are unsuccessful.

Eventually, the couple comes to a decision that all they want is to become parents, and it doesn’t matter how.
*Stealing an infant out of the arms of it's mother is of no concern as long as the adopting parent's get what they want and their demands are fulfilled.

The day the couple chooses adoption, it signifies the end of their struggles with infertility. It signifies that they are ready and will soon become a mom and dad. 
*There is no coming to terms with infertility, they simply demand a child and ignore infertility.

Adoption benefits the couple because they now have a child to share their lives with, to teach right from wrong, and to carry on their name. The child gives the parents a reason to wake up in the morning and to go to bed at night. Everything truly revolves around the child, and the parents often wonder why they waited so long to choose adoption.  
*The adopting parent does not surrender their lives to serve the non-biological child, the adopted child is a compliment to the adopting parent's entitlement to parent.

For those reasons, the opportunity to experience parenthood is the greatest benefit some couples could ever hope for, which may not have been possible without adoption.
*The reality of adoption slams down the dreams, hopes and desires for biological children, depression occurs.
Birth Mother Benefits

Adoption benefits the birth mother as much as anyone, if not more.

For a woman, unexpectedly learning that she is pregnant can be one of the most stressful times she can ever endure. The pregnancy can halt her education, career and other goals she may have. Furthermore, she may not have the finances or a partner in her life to help raise the child, making her situation more difficult.
*Her life will suddenly stop when she realizes what she has done by abandoning her own offspring forever with no guarantees of a happy life, good parents and predictable statistical outcomes in adoption failure rates.

The woman may be in high school or college when she learns that she is pregnant, and raising the child will undoubtedly put either a temporary or permanent hold on her education. If she doesn’t have parents willing to support her or help look after the child, she may struggle balancing one or two jobs while raising the child. Indeed, an unplanned pregnancy can send a woman’s life into a tailspin if she doesn’t have the proper support system.
* Or have the determination to not abandon her own offspring.

These reasons are why many women selflessly choose adoption for their baby. They may consider raising the child themselves, but women who choose adoption understand that they are not ready to become parents at this time in their lives.
*Abandoning one's own offspring will create life long psychopathy for the relinquishing mother.

In summation, adoption benefits the birth mother because it grants her a second chance at receiving an education and fulfilling her goals, while ensuring her that her child will be raised in a home with a loving family who have always dreamed of being parents.

*There is no guarantee that adoption will be trhe answer and without mental health education doesn't matter.
For most birth mothers, knowing that their child is safe and happy is the biggest benefit of all.
*This is a lie as there is no guarantee and statistics prove the child's lack of chances.
Adoptee Benefits

What do Faith Hill, Jesse Jackson, Steve Jobs, Dave Thomas, Gerald Ford and John Lennon all have in common? They, among many other celebrities, were adopted.
*Although they are extremely troubled individuals because of it. Fame is not the measure of success.

How would their lives have turned out if adoption wasn’t chosen for them as kids? Would they still have attained stardom? Because these celebrities were placed for adoption, they were given a multitude of opportunities that they may not have otherwise had.

*This is saying your adopted child will become famous along with all of fame's troubles and addictions to hide the pain of adoption.
Clearly, not all adopted children will one day become household names, but that doesn’t diminish the impact adoption has on a child’s opportunities, resulting in a fulfilling and meaningful life.
*The statistics prove this mode of reasoning wrong.

Simply being provided a safe household and loving parents is a benefit in itself. Adoptive parents are often financially sound as well, so adopted children will be provided the things they need to succeed in life, with the chance to attend college near the top of the list. 
*Most adopted children are too mentally unstable to finish school or attend college without resources, adoption does not guarantee resources, or inclusive cohesion.

But perhaps more importantly is the fact that an adopted child knows she has two parents who love her, as well as a biological mother who loves her so much that she selflessly chose the best life possible for her child. The feeling a child receives knowing that she is loved is immeasurable, and it’s obvious a loved child will carry that love and confidence wherever life may take her. 
*This is a lie and sounds good but is not true reason to abandon your offspring.