Beyond the legal ramifications, adoption frequently carries a burden of abandonment for the adopted child and guilt on those seeking to adopt. Because of the critical life affirming importance of early attachments figures, especially the birth mother, this loss may cause the person who’s been adopted to grow insecure; to have feelings of worthlessness and endure periods of inexplicable loneliness. These issues can surface throughout life as the person develops and gains sufficient maturity to explore their feelings and behaviors.

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