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 15, 2015

"Touched By Adoption" or "Impaled, Drawn and Quartered and Flaying"


The Politically Correct Adoptive Parent's Framing the Paint Rag, Instead of a Work of Art. 

The asinine, politically correct adoption language are not mere assumptions, they are demands for public adaptions that come from the "Adopters" in their attempts to reduce their own relentless cognitive dissonance and the constant re-framing of child adoption to make adoption appear to be normal, wonderful and more pleasant than the hideous truth of adoption's reality. 

The Adoption Phrases are especially disturbing to those of us adoptees entering our fifties, that find only despair in our elder wisdom as we look back at what physical and mental assaults we have endured at the brutal hands of our masters. The adopter's seeking to satisfy their shortcomings, failures and miseries through the attempted fulfillment of their intangible desires.

"Touched By Adoption"  or   Hit by a freight train.
                                       Beaten into submission.
                                       Psychologically Raped.
                                       Psychological Bankruptcy

This Blog Post Says Is Best: (LINK BELOW)

'birthparents' views on adoption

 February 2004

Touched By Adoption, With a Blowtorch

There is a very coy and popular descriptive term being bandied around the baby breeding industry. It claims to encompass the parties involved in adoption, with the seductive promise that the experience is something to be welcomed. It implies a gentle stroke, a sensitive maneuver, a soft caress. The expression is 'touched by adoption'. Personally I don't think most people whose lives have been derailed by adoption would remember the experience as a mere 'touch'. Most find it a lot more threatening than a gentle pat or a friendly punch on the arm. 
Link To Read this excellent article in it's entirety:
LINK: www.exiledmothers.com/Voices_from_exile/february2004.html