Adopted Infant's Distress In Emotional Development By Foreign Adoptive Language ________________________________________________________________
The traumatized infant, separated from biological mother for adoption purposes is extremely disadvantaged by being adopted by a stranger, substitute carer. The lack of the biological-mother-infant-dyad's environment, the foreign smell, unknown face and non-familiar non-verbal language, alien to the infant gestures, facial expressions and voice tones are not the biological mother's emotional ques familiar to the infant from it's time in the womb development.
The substitute caregiver does not emotionally speak the infant-mother's language that the infant was exposed to and is genetically positioned to awareness and knowledgeable to their own intuitive biological language. The adopted child will not develop to his potential to the new adoptive mother's language. This is proven by adopted children and adult adoptees that are not competent or confident in social-emotional cues, that do not improve with age.
A large population of adult adoptees have great difficulty in interpersonal communication, as their foundation development was interrupted by adoption with a new caregiver that does not share the adopted child's biological language in regard to familial faces, tones, gestures and emotional expressions that are based on biological family traits. The disadvantages of emotional competence play out throughout the lives of adoptees in their inability to read others and mirror others confidently.
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Normal Infant Development Biological-Mother-Infant-Maternal-Bond
The Necessity of "biological mirroring" of the biological-mother-Infant Dyad Is essential for the infant to learn social-emotional-ques to read mother's face, understand, and attempt to copy it's biological mother's non-verbal gestures, facial expressions and voice tones. The infant's foundation for all future communication and comprehension of non-verbal facial and body expressions begins with the biological mother that the infant has been in-tune to her since early post conception growth, that grows stronger and is in constant connection before birth. The dyad's post birth connection is a strengthened continuity of intuition between the mother-child-dyad that is driven by the maternal hormones that make the mother-infant dyad a closed closed biological system of communicating.