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Birthmother research -Birth Mom missions

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  • candice.johnn Relinquished - Catholic Charities Adoption Searching at Relinquished - Catholic Charities Adoption Searching Fascinating article!!! IMHO.....
    This is a properly researched and well thought out perspective, and reads as an educationally sound paper; encompassing the popular and loosely used term, 'primal wound'. It delves extensively into the adoption communities widely accepted concept, turns it on its head, and really gets down to the 'nitty gritty' of a very personal reality in adoption, with an honest, true to life, applicable definition. The excellent, in depth explanations of the psychological trauma that allegedly occurs, becomes palpable, even for those not personally connected to adoption. It allows the female majority in our society the opportunity to relate to the notion of intuitive connections and early traumatic loss by simply being a mother who has given birth. Mothers are the ones with the intimate knowledge that comes from carrying and birthing a child. I believe researchers would be hard pressed to find new mothers who would refuse to admit that an undeniable intuitiveness exists about their babies immediately from the moment of their birth and their bonds to their 'birthed' child. Although this article is a it more cerebral then I would like; at least it gets it right in such a way, that the adoption outsiders who usually argue against the existence of such life altering trauma, will find it that much more difficult to stand behind whatever ideals the cracker-jack psychologist of the month, who happens to be on the same payroll, can muster in research and educational background, to even try to prove otherwise.
    Candice Johnn
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