Consequences of Adopted Child's Forced Emotional Suppression
There are multiple consequences to the adopted child's emotional and physical health and well being from suppressing thought and emotions in the attempt to fulfill the psychological obligation and liability of the "adopted child role".
Most of the adopted child's psychological and physiological consequences will be chronically present in the mind of the adult adoptee.
The adopted child's forced motivation is also based in their survival to avoid being abandoned again by their adoptive family. Adopted children are expected and conditioned by their adoptive parents to suppress the troubling realities that surround being the token alien adopted child in the adoptive family.
The motivations for the adopted child's attempts to avoid the chronic, unwanted and intrusive thoughts of feeling unwanted, unworthy and estranged from their own biological family and their attempts to remain in the adoptive family, under the constant and realistic threats of expulsion from the adoptive family.
The adopted child attempts to suppress and control their painful emotions, intrusive thoughts and unacceptable feelings that are considered a liability to the relationship with adoptive parent that could end in the adopted child's expulsion and dreaded second abandonment.
The adopted child's indifference toward the true and real thoughts he/she feels and keeps secret, that are unacceptable to the adoptive relationship and are considered counter to what the adopted child has been conditioned as acceptable thoughts and allowed feelings to the adoptive parent.
The adopted child's real and true thoughts of contempt toward adoption, being in debt to the adoptive parent, including the expectation of being grateful and thankful as a standard of acceptable thoughts by the adoptive parents.
The adopted child's attempts to control emotions, feelings and desires are met with resistance by the adopted child's brain, mental reasoning, cognitive awareness and physiological body process resulting in elevated adrenergic stressors, limbic system reaction and compromise, and becomes a cascade of contradictive physiological and neurological responses in the conscious and unconscious functioning. The adopted child's psychological and physiological compromises become obvious outcomes in the adulthood of the adopted child.