Adoptee Rage! This blog is written exclusively for the 38% of Abused and Neglected Adopted Children. The U.S. HHSA Identifies #1 Risk: Maltreatment, Child Abuse and Risk for Death In Adopted children. Childhood domination, Coping compensation. Research in Adoption Psychology, Developmental Trauma"The Adoption Paradox". By Rainstorm Red-Smith
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.
Sunday, February 22, 2015
Originsmsw,com.Motivations of Adoptive Parents
ADOPTEE RAGE! Studies: Motivation of Adoptive Parents __________________________________________ Link: Originsnsw.com/motivations_of_adopting_parents/ MOTIVATION OF ADOPTIVE PARENTS,
Watkins J. 1968 asks, how often do you hear or read, "that an adopted child is just the same as your own" in the context that the experience of adoption has been gone through in the decision and enquiries about adoption, and with the taking home of the child, that experience ceases to exist, and the future has no connection with it,
It is not difficult in this society for adoptive parents to cling to the defence of denial even when it's usefulness has passed. An example of this comes to mind about a young couple deeply grieving their infertility, who took an overseas trip to try to ease their disappointment and tension, but were constantly reminded of their problem,
They returned home and applied to adopt. When I (Watkins) saw the mother and child aged two, through discussing how she would tell him of his adoption, she expressed great feeling that she would never pass on any positive information to the child of his natural mother or father. The child might reject her in favour of the natural parents. She could feel nothing for the childs need for some positive identification with the natural parents,