The Forced Compliance of "Adopted Child Role"
The "adopted child role" is the adopted child's suppression of biological and genetic traits, behaviors and the painstaking efforts that the adopted child's submission of their natural spontaneous and true personality... to instead play or act out the "GOOD adopted child role". The adopted child is motivated to form the good-adopted child persona that consists of the adoptive parent's high regard for adoptive family behavioral likeness, similar and behaviorally expected identified personality traits that are considered agreeable to the adoptive parent.
The "adopted child role" must be consistently maintained, afforded great efforts by the adopted child and constantly worked to test the roles ability to produce the expected positive responses from the adoptive parents. Unfortunately the "adopted child role" does not evolve, grow up or change to reveal an adult under the adopted child role. The adopted child role is a one-dimensional character is written for the adoptive parent's benefit to produce their happiness, show them that their adopted child is compliant and prove that the adopted child has a submissive nature to the adoptive parents. The motivation for the adopted child role stems from the outsider adopted child need to fit in the group that they do not biologically belong to. To survive the adopted childhood without another adoption, and for the adopted child to pretend in acting like the adoptive family the best way that a juvenile unskilled actor can provide in face of their daily uncertainty for the adopted child's unskilled concept of the future.
- Compliance is when people appear to agree with others, but actually keep their dissenting opinions private.
- Identification is when people are influenced by someone who is liked and respected, such as a famous celebrity.
- Internalization is when people accept a belief or behavior and agree both publicly and privately.