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ADOPTEES: will they always be treated like others, "even if" they've had more than one set of "parents"?

stevegtexas@aol.com 2012/07/05 19:25:37
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  • Dwight PWCM 2012/07/05 19:46:38
    a. yes, most people will still treat adoptees just like anyone else.....
    Dwight PWCM
    +3
    My daughter is adopted and she knows her "mother'. Her "birth mom" is an unrepented addict, and K knows well what she was delivered from.

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  • Jrogers 2012/07/20 00:51:18
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    Jrogers
    As an adoptee - I can tell you that you never quite feel like you belong - I was adopted by non - natives - being a Native American - I never felt like I belonged or was a part of the family - even now as an adult - I see my adoptive parents once or twice a year - and I see my biological mother once or twice a year - so you could say - that - I really never quite fit in with either of them
  • Vision of Verve 2012/07/06 19:34:31
  • Call me Mark willya? 2012/07/06 18:12:27
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    Call me Mark willya?
    I don't know enough of them to answer this definitively. I do know one guy that was adopted around age 3, we went to elementary and middle school together. His parents treated him as good as if not better than most parents treat their kids.
  • angie45 2012/07/06 16:29:51
    a. yes, most people will still treat adoptees just like anyone else.....
    angie45
    yes, and if not, they should, thats the point of adopting to make that child yours...you loved them e-nuff to adopt and they should be treated like your birth child.
  • beach bum 2012/07/06 05:15:38
    a. yes, most people will still treat adoptees just like anyone else.....
    beach bum
    yes
  • Stan Kapusta 2012/07/06 02:35:24
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    Stan Kapusta
    Depends on the people adopting. I did the adopting and watched some family members treat my daughter as if she really didn't belong. I kept her in touch with her "other mother" . Awkward at times. But I wouldn't trade it for anything.
  • Miss Bela Rae 2012/07/06 01:55:18
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    Miss Bela Rae
    My future kids will NOT be treated differently for being adopted. I will not f*cking put up with it.
  • Elz 2012/07/06 01:44:30
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    Elz
    some adoptees may be treated different than others.
  • raine 2012/07/05 20:10:28
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    raine
    I don't know if they are treated differently. Why didn't you do your research and include a atory or link here???
  • Kronan_1 2012/07/05 19:53:10
    a. yes, most people will still treat adoptees just like anyone else.....
    Kronan_1
    +1
    We hope that adoptees will be treated like blood family and not lack for anything but too many times they get left behind.
  • Dwight PWCM 2012/07/05 19:46:38
    a. yes, most people will still treat adoptees just like anyone else.....
    Dwight PWCM
    +3
    My daughter is adopted and she knows her "mother'. Her "birth mom" is an unrepented addict, and K knows well what she was delivered from.
  • Max7 2012/07/05 19:32:54
    a. yes, most people will still treat adoptees just like anyone else.....
    Max7
    +1
    It also depends on how those who have been adopted feel, I have a niece and a nephew, who at birth were adopted by my sister and brother-in-law. The children were goregous, her first child was a boy, and the second baby was Bi-racial. Growing up they had a fantastic life. However, after finding out that they were adopted, the son didn't take it very well, the daughter said, "I am just happy that someone wanted me, and that I am loved." Our whole family on both sides, have always embraced them, and loved them.

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